Leases are contracts concluded for the rental of real estate for more than 12 months. Rental agreements must comply with strict rent control laws, which are most often tenant-friendly. In addition, rent control laws currently prevent landlords from overburdening tenants and protecting tenants from sudden or unfair evictions. The right to ownership of the property is also transferred from the owners to the tenants in the event of a lease, making it more difficult for the lessor to evacuate a tenant. Therefore, most landlords do not prefer to enter into registered leases that last longer than 12 months. On the other hand, leases are concluded for a period of 11 months, with the possibility of renewing the contract at the end of the contract. The value of the extrajudicial stamp document or stamp duty to be paid on the lease depends on the state and the value of the lease to be paid under the lease agreement. Leases may also be registered with a sub-registrar`s office responsible for the space to be rented. As a rule, two copies of the rental deed are executed, each party keeping an original copy.
This deed of rental is designed for the rental or leasing of commercial property. The deed of rental is a favorable document that sets the prescribed conditions under which the property is rented. The leasing instrument must contain information about the lessor, the lessee, the duration of the lease, the rents to be paid and other conditions to be met by the lessee and the lessor during the lease period. . . .