This means that the tenant must pay rent within a set period of time or, in another way, evacuate the premises until a specific date. If the tenant is able to make payments on time, the lease continues in Delaware, as if no termination had ever been served. If the tenant is unable to pay, he must evacuate the premises before the date of termination of the lease. If the tenant remains on the site beyond this date, the lessor may bring an action for illegal detention. Once the rental contract reaches the one-year mark, the lessor can only hold a maximum of one month`s rent as a deposit and must recover any surplus from the tenant. Example: if the lessor has requested two months of rental (on bail) at the beginning of the lease, he must reimburse one month`s rent to the tenant at the end of one year. [DE Title 25 § 5514. a) (3)] Step 1 – The first points to be defined are the party that delivers the letter and data. If the issuer is an owner, fill in the first paragraph the day of the month and year of the lease to be terminated. Enter the day, month and year of termination. Do not fill in the second paragraph of this letter.
(e) Ancillary service charges that a lessor collects from a tenant are considered rent for all purposes of this Code. With regard to sureties and unless otherwise provided in the rental agreement, the rights and obligations of the parties with regard to the payment and non-payment of incidental costs are applied in the same way as the rights and obligations of the parties with regard to the payment and non-payment of rent. A landlord may not suspend or terminate the pension service for non-payment of rent, incidental expenses or other offences. .