A rental agreement is a contract between you as a tenant and the landlord. Therefore, if you violate the terms of your lease, you violate the terms of such a contract. A tenant may violate a tenancy agreement in different ways depending on the property right. The first and most common is non-payment of rent. Almost all leases contain a written provision on rent payment. The tenancy agreement determines the amount of rent, when the rent is paid and how it is paid. Non-payment of rent is a substantial breach of the tenant`s tenancy agreement. Legal advice should be sought by a real estate lawyer in case of exturing circumstances for which the rent was not paid in accordance with the rental agreement. You might think it is normal for you to leave because the owner has broken the contract by performing incorrect repairs or other obligations. If you feel that the landlord has substantially violated the agreement, you can defend yourself in court by proving that if your lease says the property does not smoke, then do not smoke in the dwelling. Whether you`re hanging out of a window or having a cigarette and spraying air fresheners, you`re still violating the no-smoking clause in the lease, unless you only light up outside the building. The consequence of smoking, if you should not, is that you might be informed and be asked to leave. They can also be responsible for the damage caused by smoking, such as furniture burns or fabric odors.
Other acts of a tenant that may constitute a breach of the tenancy agreement are the deterioration of the property, the harassment of neighbours, the harassment of neighbours or the failure to maintain the property. In addition, if a tenant carried out illegal activities in the property, or was arrested for an offence committed in the property, they violated the rental agreement. Under these conditions, representation by real estate lawyers will be essential if you intend to challenge any action by your landlord against you. A rental agreement contains all the conditions of rental. These include the tenant`s obligations to the landlord and the landlord`s obligations to the tenant. These obligations may be entered into the contract or implied by property rights. A breach of the tenancy agreement by a tenant may lead the landlord to receive a possession order from the court allowing him to dislodge the tenant.