The last argument we had in March was about the “guests” who brought her to the apartment and told me that there would be loud noises during her visit and that I had to deal with them. I told her once again that she should entertain her guests in her room and not limit the common space of the house. Then she literally told me to accept it or leave the apartment. Of course, I didn`t because I told her that we clearly have the same rights in the property and that she can`t kick me out if she feels like it, especially at night for 6 hours when she brings boys home. Note: I checked my lease and there are no clear rules and definitions for customers, visitors, how long they should stay, etc. Your guests usually stay from 1 day to 3-4 days a week. And if I`m not in the apartment (on business trips or holidays, etc.), I know they stay even longer. As a general rule, you automatically benefit from seniority security if you have rented at least 6 months and have not been served with a valid written termination, and you can stay in the accommodation for a number of years. We haven`t gotten the contract yet because we`ve been trying to see if we can get a better offer, while delaying everything.
I`m not sure I understood everything. We told them that we would accept a fixed-term contract with a two-month clause. What exactly are these two months? Does this mean that the minimum duration is 2 months? Or can they still set a minimum term of 6 months? Can you confirm if that is correct? If we get a periodic lease in a fixed-term contract with a 2-month break clause, it means that at the end of the contract and periodically, we still have to terminate the contract for 2 months instead of a month, as with the law. It`s true? They just want to make sure they don`t come up with excuses for not giving us a periodic rental contract. To be fully applicable by law, break clauses must be carefully crafted with a high degree of legal expertise – these agreements must be developed by a lawyer or lawyer, or obtained by a well-known and reliable public source.