Under the terms of the lease, it should be an individual or collective agreement: as a general rule, different households sign their own lease agreements with the lessor. This means that they are independent tenants of all other residents and have their own binding conditions, such as temporary term and surety. Each tenant is responsible for himself, that is, he pays his own rent and that the behavior of the other tenants has no influence on their rent. If.B a tenant does not pay rent or is not late, other tenants are not required to cover the deficit. While there are no strict and quick rules that prescribe how landlords should establish leases, they are essential documents. Without one, you have a greatly reduced legal basis, there should be an argument with your tenant. In addition, some insurers cannot offer you insurance coverage. If a tenant wants to go during a lease and the other tenants want to stay, you can: (Both types of agreements are available to members of the landlord`s right.) Check your lease to see who should do what. Ask your landlord if you are unsure. You will probably have a secure short-term rent for your room. As mentioned above, the rental agreement should determine who is responsible for what bills such as electricity, gas, municipal taxes, etc. In general, the landlord takes care of all the bills in the public housing and takes them into account when setting the rent. In my experience, most HMO tenants and owners prefer this.
This is the easiest way to process invoices. If you move in with others, you cannot benefit from a separate lease, lease or lease in the name of one person. If you wanted to take over the unit, if the only tenant is gone, you can negotiate with the chief renter and establish a new contract. In certain circumstances, you can also argue that a new lease has been created if the landlord accepts the rent from you, knowing that the tenant has left alone. If your joint tenancy agreement is of a fixed term (for example. B 12 months), you normally need to get the agreement of your landlord and other tenants to terminate the termination.