There are limits to what can be done with an introductory rental contract, for example: rules for room accommodation such as boarding houses, hostels and off-campus student accommodation are set by law. The law specifies the conditions applicable to a resident`s stay and these must be included in the room accommodation contract. If there is anything in the agreement that you do not understand, contact us or seek advice from a lawyer, civic council or municipal residential centre. If you move to a municipality in the possession of the Council, you sign a document called a rental agreement. Your rental agreement is a legal contract between you as a tenant and Bristol City Council as the owner. You must make sure that you, your visitors and all the tenants you have, follow the rules of your rental agreement. In some cases, it is not known whether or not the law includes an agreement between a resident and a supplier/agent. It may be necessary for the court to make a decision. A request for a decision on whether an agreement is covered by law can be made directly to the court. Our rental agreement (pdf, 2.9MB) (opens a new window) in full. The individual tenancy agreement you sign has information on: You usually have a secure Scottish lease if you rent your home to the Council, a housing company or a housing co-operative in Scotland. If you continue to interfere in antisocial behaviour, we can turn your lease into a demoted lease or a family intervention lease. The terms of the tenancy tell you your rights and obligations as a tenant as well as the rights and obligations of the Council as a lessor.
You must comply with the terms of the lease. Learn how the Commission allocates land and organizations to community organizations through leases and licensing agreements, as well as how to apply for Council land or facilities. If you break the terms of the lease, we can: To transfer a lease, fill out a “rental application” form available from the housing administration of your city council. When you sign your lease, you agree to reside in your property in accordance with the terms of the agreement. If you want to leave your home, you must end your lease. Before you leave your property, you must: Some safe and flexible leases granted from April 1, 2012 may mean that you can transfer or pass on your lease more than once – check your lease. In the case of a common tenancy agreement, all tenants share the same responsibility. If you sign your lease, you agree to all the terms of the Council`s lease and your individual lease. If you have a written rental agreement, read it carefully before signing. If there are any changes to the written lease, you will receive them in writing. Keep supporting documents and records. Take a walk before entering or clearing the premises.
Take pictures of questionable conditions. If you have a problem, write it down and in good shape. Your rental agreement is a legal document that gives you all the rules relating to living on your property. Secure leases granted before April 1, 2012 can only be transferred or passed on once. For example, if you take out a lease, if someone dies, you cannot pass the lease on to someone else if you die. By law, a supplier/representative has the option to decide whether to apply to land use planning or whether to opt for the rules applicable to tenants and landlords/agents in general rentals such as houses, housing units and apartments. Suppliers/agents should check whether the different rules would have a positive or negative impact on business activities. If suppliers/representatives and residents agree to be covered by general rental rules, they should use a general lease (form 18a) and meet notice deadlines and other rules applicable to general leases.