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Urban Property – Case of an effective Rental Agreement

By May 27, 2024June 17th, 2024Case Studies2 min read
The Necessity of a Rental Agreement - A Case Study


In urban settings, property owners often choose Leave and License Agreements to regulate tenant occupancy. This case study examines a landlord, and a tenant, navigating such an agreement for a residential property.

Case Study:

  1. Initial Negotiations:

    • The Landlord and the tenant discuss occupancy terms, including rent, duration, and responsibilities.
    • Agreement on a 11-month Leave and License Agreement, Security deposit and a monthly fee, inclusive of maintenance.
  2. Agreement Drafting:

    • A Legal professional drafts the agreement, ensuring clarity and compliance with regulations.
    • Terms include duration, rent, maintenance, and termination grounds.
  3. Execution of Agreement:

    • Both parties review and sign, acknowledging rights and obligations.
    • The Tenant pays security deposit and first month’s fee.
  4. Occupancy Period:

    • The Tenant moves in, starting occupancy as per agreement.
    • The Landlord ensures timely maintenance and addresses issues.
  5. Renewal Considerations:

    • As term ends, they discuss renewal.
    • Agree to extend with minor fee adjustments.
  6. Termination:

    • The Tenant informs of job transfer near the end of extended term.
    • Follow termination procedures, provide notice, settle dues.


Clear contracts and respectful communication ensure smooth landlord-tenant relations, managing agreements effectively and ensuring positive rental experiences in urban settings.


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