The tenancy agreement should include the name and address of the landlord and tenant, the terms of the tenancy, the duration of the lease, the rent and the amount of the deposit, the restrictions imposed on both parties, the terms of termination of the contract, the terms of renewal and the indication of other costs, such as maintenance costs, repairs, etc. Visitors: The agreement must contain a clause on who can visit you and when. See also: Compromise clause in leases and how it can help landlords and tenants This department of the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf allows the tenant or tenant to register for both the housing contract and the commercial lease. The residential rental contract is subject to a fee of five dinars (5 BD) and ten dinars (10 BD) for the commercial lease. In addition, it allows the applicant to verify the details of registered leases. The legal provisions apply to real estate and its components for residential or industrial, commercial, artisanal or other purposes, as is the case for existing leases, with the exception of the following real estate properties: land and industrial facilities subject to Law 28 relating to the construction and organisation of industrial zones for the year 1999. farmland. Properties rented for hotel and tourist purposes. Furnished apartments that do not exceed rental time. Housing units used for working conditions. leased land for development purposes.
To complete the registration process, you will also need two witnesses to sign the agreement. Once your lease is registered, it becomes a legally authorized document and can be used as evidence if the transaction goes wrong and comes into dispute. If the agreement contains a security deposit, add Rs100 and Rs1.100 as a registration fee, bringing the total cost to Rs 6,240. The fees of lawyers or other intermediaries for all documents are not taken into account. To avoid these fees, many landlords and tenants mutually agree not to register the agreements. If you want to register a rental agreement, tenants and landlords can agree to share their costs. Most leases are signed for 11 months, which allows them to avoid stamp duty and other maintenance costs: the contract must clearly state who must pay the monthly maintenance costs.