A rental agreement also protects both parties from future misunderstandings, for example who arises for damage to the rental property. The written lease proves that both parties have recognized and acknowledged the terms agreed upon therein. 2. A lessor may not calculate the remuneration referred to in paragraph (1) (d) or (e) unless the lease provides for such remuneration. § 6 RTA prevents the landlord from including „unscrupulous“ terms in rental agreements. Under Section 3 of GUIDELINE 8 of RTR and RTB, a ruthless term is a term that is against or grossly unfair to a party. For example, RTB Guideline 1 states that it is unscrupulous for a lessor to include in an agreement a provision requiring a tenant to provide utilities on its behalf for another entity. 3 For the purposes of Article 6(3) of the Code. (b) of the law [unenforceable term] is a term of a rental agreement that is „unscrupulous“ where the term is oppressive or grossly unfair to a party. The tenant is not responsible for repairs in case of proper wear and tear of the property. 2. Any modification or modification of this rental agreement is subject to the written agreement and initialization of the lessor and the tenant. If a change is not agreed in writing, is not initiated by the landlord or tenant or is ruthless, it is not applicable.
(b) the lessor or a close family member of that owner intends, in good faith, to occupy the rental unit at the end of the period at the time of the conclusion of the lease. In addition, there are standard concepts defined by law that define the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants. (2) For the purposes of Article 97(2)(a.1) of the Law [The circumstances in which the lessor may take a period of time to evacuate the lessee] are the circumstances in which a lessor may include in a fixed-term rental agreement a condition that the lessee releases a rental unit at the end of the term, that if your agreement does not exist with the landlord, you have no protection under the Housing Rental Act. . . .