Big question, Robin. When a lease expires, the client usually moves. If the relationship continues without a new lease or agreement, tenants and landlords work on a monthly contract. I would recommend checking the language of the original lease on the terms if the residence continues after the expiry. I would also suggest contacting the local housing authority to find out more about the terms of the month-to-month agreement in that state. The first option is to include in the contract of sale of the property a clause stipulating that the purchaser of the property cannot terminate the fixed-term lease or that he is otherwise responsible for the damage that belongs to the tenant. This obviously does not exclude the right of the new owner of the apartment to terminate the rental contract within three months of the date of purchase, nor the right of the tenant to be compensated. This means, however, that if the new owner still exercises this right of withdrawal under a fixed-term lease, you can obtain compensation if the new owner claims damages on the basis of the sale contract. In other words, if the tenant is harmed, you must always determine the harm to the tenant. However, after compensating the tenant, you can recover the damage from the new owner of the property that bought it from you. For certain types of rentals (sometimes called operating or water rentals), the costs can be calculated on the basis of the rental costs – the working time tables of the operators or drivers made available by the lessor for the operation of the equipment.

This is particularly relevant for crane rental companies. For managers and landlords who do not use an electronic signature, they can send a rental agreement to tenants if they cannot meet to personally sign the lease before moving in. If you send a rental contract by email, some managers may be required to ask the customer to certify the notarized signature. Alternatively, a rental agreement can be sent to a customer by email or SMS, the tenant can print the rental, sign it and then send it back to the manager or landlord. It is also important that the new owner of the property has the right, in the case of renting a residential and commercial space, to terminate the lease only if he or she urgently needs it.