The concept that the tenant has an advantage over the landlord is then that the lease is registered, where the rental rights are legally created. In an order revealing the myth of the validity of the 11-month agreement, the court ruled that ”by law, rental agreements must be registered and, therefore, these unregistered leases cannot be obtained as evidence of a transaction concerning the property.” Under the 2019 Model Rental Law, landlords cannot increase pre-tenancy for the entire period for which a lease has been signed. For example, if the lease expires after 11 months, the lessor cannot increase the monthly rent during that period. Only after this period and at the time of registration of the new lease is the lessor legally entitled to make an increase in interest rates that generally does not exceed 10% of the existing amount. In addition, the lessor must announce the tenant three months in advance before increasing the rent in accordance with the bill. If you are a landlord, you can prevent your tenant from extending their stay at your property by insequentially a clause in the lease to increase the rent to four or five times the existing rent if they do not leave at the end of the contract. This would control tenants who play fault. However, if the tenant does not evacuate the property even after termination, you can move the court. The court may prefer a landlord if it finds that the tenant has been involved in a fault or that the landlord needs the property for his personal use. You can also ask the police for help to fire the tenant. On the other hand, a lease is beneficial for a lessor because it offers the stability of a guaranteed income in the long term. It is advantageous for a tenant, because it fixes the amount and duration of the rent and can not be modified even in the event of an increase in real estate or rental values.
An annual agreement must be registered to be enforceable under the Registration Act. . . .