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posted in Rent Control Law
Date 21-12-2012
The statutory tenancy is created by the law, refers to certain tenancies, premises and tenants, it is not transferable and cannot be inherited. It expires subject to the provisions of the Rent Control Law, which...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 21-12-2012
The recovery of a house for residence by the landlord is one of the reasons for which an order for repossession may be issued, provided it is reasonably claimed for such purpose, or for the residence of his ...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 16-05-2011
The freedom of contract allows the landlord and the tenant to agree on the rent payable, the duration of the tenancy, the increase of the rent, the payment of the communal charges and the utility bills, as well as the...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 16-05-2011
The statutory tenancy allows the tenant to remain in the premises as long as he complies with his contractual obligations and pays the rent regularly. The law protects his possession of the premises for an unlimited...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 06-04-2011
A statutory tenant is protected by the Rent Control Law and cannot be evicted from the premises as long as he complies with the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement, even if it has expired. The compliance of...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 09-11-2010
The establishment of the jurisdiction of the Court before which a dispute will be tried is an essential factor affecting the successful outcome of the case. When the dispute is between a landlord and his tenant or...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 09-09-2010
The litigant winning a legal battle is entitled to enjoy the fruits of his success through the execution of the judgement or of the order of the Court issued in his favour without any obstacles, proof of respect for the...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 08-09-2010
An owner of premises who has rented it to a tenant, either contractual or statutory, may have a claim for rents in arrear which also gives him the right to claim the re-possession of the premises. The status of the...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 07-09-2010
The tenant’s position is closely related and dependent upon the right of possession of the rented premises which can be protected against any sort of infringement of its peaceful enjoyment, even where the said...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 07-09-2010
The nature of a statutory tenant provides the tenant with protection regarding his right of possession of the property he rents and possesses, thus preventing the landlord from taking advantage of his position to...


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