A contractual agreement by which one party transfers property to another party for a limited period of time, under various conditions, in exchange for a value, but nevertheless retains its ownership. In addition to the above, a car rental contract may contain various restrictions on how a tenant can use a car, and the condition in which it is to be returned. For example, some rents cannot be driven on or off the country without express permission or towing a trailer. In New Zealand, you may need to expressly confirm a promise that the car will not be driven on Ninety-Mile Beach (due to dangerous tides). If a lessor does not comply with its obligations under the lease, the taker can sue the lessor for damages. The level of damage may vary. When a lessor violates the lease by sending non-compliant or non-tenant property, the taker may refuse the goods, terminate the lease and sue the lessor to recover the funds already paid and the damage caused by the shipment of the non-compliant goods. If the taker does not comply with the obligations under the lease agreement, the lessor may terminate the lease, withhold or cancel the delivery of the goods or rent the goods to another party and, by the original taker, any difference between the amount the lessor would have earned under the original lease and the amount the lessor earns for the new lessor , to recover from the original taker. The lease outlines the obligations and responsibilities of the landlord (owner) and tenant (tenant) and describes them. It explains what the landlord and tenant have agreed with regard to the length of the lease, what the amount of the monthly rent will be and who will be responsible for the maintenance of the property. It is important for tenants to understand that a lease can be changed before signing.
If there is something you do not understand or do not accept, or if there is a provision that needs to be changed, discuss it with the landlord before signing the lease. Housing lease agreements set out in writing the main conditions between the tenant and the lessor in order to avoid any misinterpretation or confusion regarding access to the property and access conditions.