All types of personal property (e.g.B. cars and furniture) or real estate (e.g. B.raw land, apartments, detached houses and commercial real estate, including wholesale and retail trade) may be rented. As a result of the rental agreement, the owner (owner) grants the tenant the use of the indicated property. A temporary lease terminates automatically when the fixed term ends or, in the case of a lease, ends with the occurrence of an event when the event occurs. If a remaining tenant remains on the land after the lease is terminated, they can become a tenant because the landlord/owner has suffered (or allowed) the tenant to remain a tenant instead of distributing it. Such a rental agreement is usually « at will », which means that the tenant or landlord can terminate it at any time upon presentation of a correct legal termination. The narrower term « lease » describes a lease whose physical purpose is land (including a vertical section such as airspace, building or mine). A premium is a sum paid by the tenant for the lease to be granted or to guarantee the lease of the former tenant, often to ensure a low rent, in long rental contracts called inheritance tax. For some parts of buildings, most often it is that users pay a service fee, including through an ancillary contract or through the same contract, which is normally an explicit list of services in a rental agreement, in order to minimize disputes over service fees.
A gross rental or lease agreement provides for rent that amounts to the total amount due, including all service charges. The subtenant remains liable to the original lessor in accordance with the original lease agreement, including all remaining rents, including operating costs and all other initial rental conditions. In a lower market, the original lessee may charge the subtenant a lower rent than he originally paid, so that the remaining rent due to the lessor must be paid by the original tenant. However, if market prices have increased since the original lease was signed, the subtenant may obtain a higher rental price than that due to the original lessor. However, many commercial lease agreements provide that any rent overruns are shared with the landlord, the landlord. Basically, a rental agreement is a contract between two parties, the landlord and the tenant. The lessor is the rightful owner of the asset, while the lessee has the right to use the asset for regular rents.  The tenant also agrees to comply with different conditions of use of the property or equipment. . . .