This is the case when a user lives in premises under conditions that the owner of the premises or the user himself can terminate at any time. A post-authorization lease agreement can be explicit or implied and may seem very similar to a license to practice in practice. There will be no certainty for the tenant that he will be able to stay behind for a certain period of time. This can be problematic for some tenants, especially if it has generated some goodwill through operation from the premises. The tenant can terminate the contract by evacuating the property. The termination of the lease by a tenant is not sufficient to terminate the lease in stock, he must effectively renounce the physical ownership of the property. While a tenancy agreement may not resolve written and agreed requirements for notification of intent to evict, the terms are usually set by local tenancy-tenant rules. It is not uncommon for a 30-day notice period to apply to both the tenant and the lessor. This means that if the tenant intends to evacuate or if the landlord wants the tenant to release, a period of 30 days must be communicated to the other party. Neither party shall state the reason for the request for expulsion. Termination is traditionally in writing. As a general rule, the legal fees associated with a lease after authorization are lower than those payable when granting a lease. This is called the “basic resident,” someone who does not have all the rights and protection that a tenant would have under housing laws.

This situation is similar, in a way, to a commercial lease (Common Law Tenancy), which is purely contractual and which is not covered by the legal provisions of the Housing Act. Nevertheless, after notification of a termination, in order to ensure that he is completely legitimate in the search for the disputed property, the owner should apply to the courts for a property order. Unlike a lease, the licensee does not have exclusive ownership of the country. It is easily used in circumstances, for example. B for parking for a certain period of time or a land access license to carry out work between certain periods, etc. . . .