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  1. vanda1

    vanda1 New Member

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    Buna dimineata,
    Am semnat un contract de inchiriere in iulie 2011 pe un an. In contract era stipulata o suma pentru chirie si alta pentru electricitate si apa. Proprietarul m-a anuntat ca vrea sa puna niste calorifere in apartament si sa platim mai mult pentru chirie si apa, apoi electricitatea va fi platita separat. Doreste sa puna contor cu cartela pentru electricitate. Totul a fost doar verbal. In contract nu scrie nimic despre modul in care se poate schimba contractul. Poate sa faca asta?
    In plus din decembrie nu mai merg prizele in casa si ne-am chinuit cu niste prelungitoare de la parter. I-am trimis scrisori, l-am sunat si abia azi ar trebui sa vina un electrician sa repare prizele. Am platit aceeasi chirie, dar fara energie la prize si fara apa calda la chiuveta.
    Multumesc.
    Redau ce scrie in contract mai jos.
    A We let out the property at: Property Address



    1 To you (individually and together if there is more than one of you) as well as the furniture, Fixtures and household belongings that are on the list that you and we signed. The amount of rent is shown on the previous page and both you and we must keep to the terms below.
    2 You will have the property and the furniture for

    Length of Tenancy – One Year from the date of this tenancy agreement

    If, at the end of this time, you want to continue the tenancy and you have not already received from us two months’ notice to end the tenancy, it will carry on from month to month as a monthly contractual tenancy. You must give one months’ notice to end it. This notice must be given to expire on a rent payment day.

    3 This agreement is an assured short hold tenancy (as defined in section 19A of the Housing Act 1988). The arrangements in section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 for the landlord to repossess the property apply to this agreement. This means that you cannot claim any legal rights to stay on once the tenancy has ended and a court order says you must leave. The landlord giving a section 21 notice must give at least two months’ notice, in writing. For more information, you should consult a Housing Advice Centre, solicitor or Citizens’ Advice Bureau who will tell you what this means.

    4 We will let the property to you only.

    5 No children are allowed to live in the property without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).

    6 No animals are allowed in the property without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).


    7 You have paid NO DEPOSIT.


    8 If you owe rent or any other money legally payable to us under the agreement, you will have to pay interest on this amount from the date that it should have been paid. The interest rate is 3% above the base rate used by the Royal Bank of Scotland. This rate may apply before, as well as after, a court judgment has been made against you, depending on the terms of the court judgment.

    9. We may keep keys to the property.
    The landlord may remove, store, sell or otherwise dispose of any furniture or goods which the tenant refuses or fails to remove from the property at the end of the tenancy. The tenant shall be responsible for all reasonable costs, which the landlord may incur. The landlord shall be entitled to deduct such costs and any monies lawfully due to the landlord from any money realised from the disposal of such furniture or goods.

    B You must do the following.

    1 Pay rent on between 18th to 25th of every month as we have agreed. Late payment of Rent £25.00 per week.

    2 Pay our reasonable costs for sending reminder letters. These will be £25.00 for each reminder.

    3 Pay our reasonable costs for any cheque that does not clear. These will be £30.00 each time a cheque does not clear.

    4 Keep the inside & outside (Including all landscaping) of the property in good a condition as it was when the tenancy started (fair wear and tear excepted). Also, at the end of the tenancy you must leave all furniture and fixtures in the rooms or places they were in at the beginning of the tenancy.

    5 Repair any damage that you have done deliberately or that was caused by the neglect or carelessness of you or anyone else living in or visiting the property. This includes replacing any broken glass in windows and repairing or replacing any damaged fittings and installations. If you do not repair the damage you are responsible for, we may give you written notice asking you to repair the damage within a reasonable period of time, depending on the repairs that need to be done. If you fail to do this within the period of notice given, we may then enter the property (after giving you 24 hours’ notice, in writing) and carry out the work - you will have to pay us for the reasonable cost of this work.

    6 You pay £75 per month for all electricity and water charges relating to the flat that apply during the period of the tenancy.

    7 Take reasonable precautions to prevent frost or similar damage to the property. If the property is going to be empty overnight or for more than 12 hours when the weather is likely to be cold, you must leave enough heating on to prevent the water system freezing, or turn off the water supply at the main stopcock and open all the other water taps and valves in the property to drain the tanks of hot and cold water.

    8 Whenever you leave the property unattended, you must lock all the doors and windows and put the burglar alarm on (if any). You should tell us if the property is going to be empty for more than seven days in a row.

    9 If you give us notice that you are going to leave the property before this agreement has ended, you do not pay our costs for re-letting the property as well as paying the rent until a new tenant moves in.

    10 Allow us or our agents to come into the property at all reasonable hours of the day to inspect the condition of the property, to carry out repairs or to do other work which we must carry out by law. We will give you at least 24 hours’ written notice if we are going to enter the property. You must let us enter the property immediately if there is an emergency.

    11 Tell us about any repairs or faults that we are responsible for in the structure or outside of the property, in any installation or in the shared areas.

    12. Only park vehicles on your parking space and without causing an obstruction.

    13. Pay the reasonable costs for replacing locks if you fail to return any key.

    14. Pay any reasonable cost for getting replacement keys.

    15. Allow possible new tenants and prospective purchasers to look at the property on at least 24 hours’ written notice during the last month of the tenancy.
    16. Be jointly and individually responsible for paying all the rent you have to pay under this agreement and keep to all the terms of this agreement.

    17. Defrost the fridge when necessary. You will be responsible for the reasonable cost of making good any damage that is caused because you have not done this.

    18. Be responsible for looking after the garden. It must be kept tidy and properly cultivated with any grass & hedges cut regularly, but you do not have to improve the garden.
    At the end of the tenancy, leave the property and our fixtures and fittings in as good a condition as at the start of the tenancy (fair wear and tear excepted) and free from rubbish.

    C You must not do the following.

    1 Alter or add anything to the outside or structure of the property, or the furniture, fixtures and household belongings that are on the list that you and we signed. You must not bring into the property any furniture, fixtures or household belongings which do not meet the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations. You can get information about these regulations from your local Trading Standards Office.

    2 Anything which may be a nuisance or annoy neighbours. You must not play any radio, CD, record player, television or musical instrument in a way that will cause a nuisance, annoy the neighbours or be heard outside your home between 11 pm and 7.30 am.

    3 Bring bicycles, motor cycles, and prams into the property without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).

    4 Bring any furniture into the flat without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).

    5 Tamper with any fire precautions.

    6 Hang pictures or posters on the walls without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).
    7 Use Blu-tack or any similar type of adhesive on the walls.

    8 Sublet the property or any part of it, or give up the property or any part of it to someone else.

    9 Transfer the tenancy to someone else without our permission, in writing (which we will not unreasonably withhold).
    10 Carry on any profession, trade or business in the property.

    11 Display any permanent notice on the property.

    12 Use the property as anything other than a home.

    13 Block, or allow guests to obstruct, any of the shared areas.

    14 Dry washing inside the property, except in a ventilated room suitable for such purposes.

    15 Use any paraffin or portable gas heater.

    D We agree to do the following.

    1 Keep the property insured against fire and other usual comprehensive risks as long as insurance cover is available.

    2. Let you have free access to the steps, entrance hall, stairs and all shared areas and keep those areas clean, light and in good condition.

    3. Be responsible for servicing and maintaining any gas heating system and making sure that all gas appliances within the property are checked by a British Gas or Corgi-registered technician every year, in line with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994.

    4 Be responsible for making sure that any furniture we provide keeps to the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations.

    5 Give you back any part of the rent that you have paid for any period that the property could not be lived in because of fire or any other danger that we are insured for.

    6 Keep the structure and outside of the property in good repair.

    7 Keep the water, electricity, space-heating and water-heating installations in good repair and proper working order.

    If we need to serve any notice on you, we will deliver it by hand or send it to you by first-class post to the property address. This means that notices are served on you once they are put through your letterbox, even if you do not receive them because you have moved. If you give us another address to send notices to, any notice will be validly served at that address, if it is posted by first-class post or left at that address.
    If you need to serve any notice on us, they must be delivered by hand or sent by post to the following address.

    We may repossess the property if:
    • you fail to pay us rent 14 days after it is due, whether you have been asked for it or not;
    • you (or any of you) become bankrupt;
    • any of the grounds listed in Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under the Housing Act 1996 apply (these include not paying rent, breaking the tenancy term and causing a nuisance or annoyance); or
    • the arrangements for us to repossess the property in section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 apply.
    We need a court order to repossess the property. You should contact a solicitor, Citizens’ Advice Bureau or Legal Advice Centre who will tell you what this means.


    Date of Tenancy Agreement:

    Landlords Signature:



    Tenants Signature:



    Witness’s Signature:


    Witness’s Address:
     
  2. glissando

    glissando New Member

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    Buna,

    Am citit rapid ce ai postat si din ce vad deduc ca nu poate sa schimbe rata pentru apa si electricitate sau chiria pana la expirarea contractului. Dar n-ar fi rau sa te consulti si cu Citizens Advice Bureau daca proprietarul va face greutati. Puteti sa ii spuneti "we will pay only what the contract stipulates for the period of the tenancy and we can discuss any changes close to its expiry date" si daca insista va puteti adresa CAB. Bafta multa.
     
  3. vanda1

    vanda1 New Member

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    Multumesc pentru raspuns. Tocmai a revenit electricianul sa repare prizele si dupa ce a facut cateva gauri in pereti, a plecat. Asa ca suntem tot fara curent. Faza scurta e ca electricianul vrea sa vina miercuri sa puna contor si panou electric separat. I-am spus ca nu vreau sa vina sa puna contor si mi-a zis ca el va pune intrucat am incalcat contractul. Apartamentul nostru are o baie si doua dormitoare. Nu exista living, ci doar o bucatarie. Intrarea se face direct in bucatarie. Nu cred ca un living ar avea chiuveta si mobila de bucatarie ca sa sustina ca aragazul e in plus si de fapt e living si nu bucatarie. Ce parere aveti?
     
  4. vanda1

    vanda1 New Member

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    Am trimis un mesaj proprietarului si tocmai m-a sunat. Mi-a spus ca el vrea sa puna contoare si nu il intereseaza ce se intampla, vrea sa schimbe contractul de inchiriere si daca nu ne convine sa plecam pentru ca prefera sa tina cladirea nelocuita. In contract scrie ca se obliga sa trimita scrisoare in cazul in care sunt schimbari. Ce sa facem? Multumesc.
     

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