A tenancy agreement should be considered when a tenant wishes to rent a building or space in a building that has not yet been built, or when an existing building is to undergo a general renovation or renovation. In these cases, it is important for a tenant to fully understand and document its requirements – in particular the intended purpose for which the premises are built – and for a lessor to fully understand its obligations to deliver the premises according to the agreed standard and on time. It is essential that both parties understand the consequences if they do not proceed as promised in the lease. A lease is a contract between two parties (or perhaps more). To the extent that the agreement meets the standard requirements set out below, which are considered a contract, it is legally binding: plans and specifications are often attached to the contract, which is useful in case of disagreement between the landlord and the tenant on what exactly is necessary. A lease may be necessary when an instrument must be executed before a lease can be granted or before its start date can be set. Such situations can occur z.B. if: A license in a tenancy agreement is a personal agreement between the parties and does not grant the tenant exclusive use of the premises. A rental agreement cannot even contain a licence to allow the tenant access to the premises. Simply put, a lease is a pre-curse of a lease and may allow the tenant to temporarily access the premises to perform certain work or tasks to complete the lease, but he should not in itself rely on a tenant to occupy long-term premises. While the parties will generally enter into the agreement with the full intention of concluding the lease definitively, unforeseen circumstances may affect the parties` desire or ability to pursue the conclusion.

The most common type of leasing agreement that our customers need are in the form provided by the second situation above.