A lease is a document that defines the terms of a lease. If you are renting a property, a written rental agreement is a good way to ensure that the rental conditions between you and your tenant are clear. As of February 28, 1997, most leases are considered guaranteed short-term rents (SET), under which the lessor has an absolute right of ownership if he has served a termination to the tenant, must have been accompanied before that date by a mandatory warning, a fixed term and a minimum of six months. An exception is made for guaranteed leases, which are amended by the Housing Act of 1980 (unless they are provided by accredited agencies pursuant to the ss56-68 of the Housing Act 1980 prior to the 15th. On January 15, 1989, the Tenant applied to the court under Section 24 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (for the granting of a new lease). and, on January 15, 1989, the 1980 lease agreement was established under that section or a provision of Part IV of that Act. 1954.  Prior to February 28, 1997, it was guaranteed that leases were the “standard” type of lease and some of the leases guaranteed today were born by mistake because the owners did not follow the proper procedure that was then necessary to create a secure short-term lease. Landlords should be advised if they are unsure of the type of rent in effect. Prior to February 1997, guaranteed leases were the most common form of rental, but they are now rarely used because owners tend to prefer ASD because they allow them to recover the property without cause or proven violation of a condition. Some secure leases are accidentally caused by the owner not complying with the correction procedure required for ASTs. Even if you rent single rooms to tenants who share the facilities, you can use a guaranteed short-term rent.
However, if you charge extremely high rent (more than $100,000 per year) or low or no rent, or if you are an apartment, you cannot benefit from a guaranteed short-term rent. A written lease highlights things between you and your tenants, but what kind of lease is made for you? We go through some of the most important options. Your rights and obligations depend on the type of rental you have.