Termination of a termless rental agreement must be initiated (by the landlord or tenant) and formalised via the Rendin app. The process is made really quick and convenient for the users. A step-by-step guide is available on our blog.
- A termless rental agreement can be terminated at the request of one party with three months' notice. The notice must be in writing and the tenant must acknowledge receipt.
- With the consent of both parties, the agreement can be terminated earlier. The agreement must be made in writing.
- Extraordinary termination is permitted under the Law of Obligations Act (§ 314-319) if the reason for termination is sufficiently strong and the continuation of the agreement is no longer in the interests of both parties.
If an agreement has been reached on the termination of the rental agreement, the landlord and the tenant shall meet at the agreed time on the rental property to review its condition together. The Handover Act makes it possible to confirm that the condition of the property is equivalent to what it was at the time of moving in. The feature for compiling the act is available in the Rendin app.
If either party has a complaint about the condition or towards the other party, they should contact Rendin as soon as possible and describe the nature of the problem. The differences noted in the act should be related only to the rental space and items belonging to it.