Real Estate Tenant Rights

The rental or lease of property, land, local or home is one of the main commercial activities carried out today, however, due to the great popularity enjoyed by this process is proper to refer to a number of very important rights granted to tenants for the benefit of the same, hence in the following article we will focus on showing some of the most important rights. The lessee is the person who by signing a contract temporarily acquires a property, this property can be categorized into goods or services in exchange for this character possess that property must give the landlord a certain amount of money stipulated periods earlier in the contract. Tenants by the change of money for property are benefiting from certain rights, which are provide you with a temporal power over the property, some of these rights are: When the property is delivered to the tenant it should be in perfect condition in areas as important as public services and infrastructure. The characteristics of the property or property described in the contract as the nomenclature, the boundaries and whether the physical characteristics, must be equal to the real (physical) otherwise it would breach the contract and walk to finish or cancel it. The tenant has the right to tell you directly what kind of use may give the property.

It is important to mention that this also depends directly on the type of contract which is already on the tenant, because the existence of the contract for urban housing or commercial service directly responsible to limit any activity other than that not included in the contract. The landlord is obligated to provide to the lessee all copies of the keys of both access to the property as closets and doors that are in the same, that in order to jealously guard the privacy and integrity of the tenant. The lessee has the right to remain in the property or property until the date shown in the contract, however in case of abuse or violation by the tenant may terminate the contract. The lessee has the right of retention, which indicates that it can appropriate the property for a specified time or deducted from the amount stated in the contract a certain value, if it performed infrastructural improvements to property and the landlord does not recognize that value . The lessee has the right to notice, which is very useful to indicate the date on which it will be banished from the property or to indicate when it has reached the limit of the contract. Although currently there are other rights mentioned above are some of the most important factors to take into account by the lessee when getting a property or building.