13. April 2021
At the end of the 5-year period, the lessor can renegotiate the contract taking into account the improvements made, unless there is a prior agreement. But the rent increase will not exceed 20%. If the work is ordered by a public authority and prevents the normal use of the premises, the tenant may suspend or terminate the lease without the right to compensation. The suspension of the contract means that both the duration of the rent and the rents are suspended until the completion of the work. During the renovation, it is likely that you will use gas or electricity in the dwelling. Make sure the tenant is not charged unfairly for energy consumption by negotiating a price with the tenant. There are no strict legal guides here, but charge your tenant honestly for what they use. As with maintenance work, if renovation work cannot be delayed until the end of the tenancy agreement, the tenant must tolerate it and if the work lasts more than 20 days, the tenant is entitled to a proportional reduction in rent. Experts say that all properties must undergo a complete renovation every 15-20 years in order to keep them in the best condition. Of course, you should do other maintenance work if necessary and if necessary.
However, what do you do when a tenant occupies the property, if major renovations are carried out? This can have an impact on your rights and responsibility as an owner. While the specific rules for renovation vary from state to state, there are a few general rules you should follow. If the only option for the tenant is to stay on the ground during the renovation work, you must work with them to get a fair settlement for all parties. Construction structures and household objects deteriorate over time. Now do your research so that you are ready when major renovations need to be completed. The renovation of your home is essential to keep it of a high standard, with a modern and attractive aesthetic. However, it will inevitably lead to disruption. Be sure of your legal responsibilities and work with the tenant to reach a fair agreement.