A rental agreement is a legal document that defines the conditions for the rental of leased real estate and must be respected between the owner of the land and the tenant. Although the relationship between the homeowner and the tenant is cordial most of the time, it is good to have a written lease if the relationship becomes angry or tainted with complaints and misunderstandings. This lease or lease format can be used by the owner or tenant of a residential property. It is signed by the lessor and the lessor to indicate consent to the conditions set by the lessor. It is a legal document with the force of law, to which the courts can refer in case of disagreement. The lease agreement must be printed on a non-judicial stamp document worth Rs.100/- or more. The tenancy agreement is usually signed with the payment of the deposit for the rental property between the landlord and the tenant. Two copies of the document are usually executed, with each part retaining one of the original copies. In India, the deposit or advance is also paid by the tenant to the landlord who must be reimbursed at the time of termination of the contract. As a general rule, it is charged anywhere from 2 or 3 months to 10 months of rent. The security deposits are made at the time of signing the contract. One of the most common features of entering into a real estate rental transaction in India is the prevalence of 11-month leases or licensing agreements. An 11-month period is preferred by most lenders, while they are renting real estate, since there are two types of agreements relating to the rental of real estate in India, the lease and the withdrawal and licensing contract.
Leases longer than 12 months must comply with strict rent control laws, which are most often favourable to tenants. Rent control laws currently prevent landlords from overburdening tenants and protect tenants from sudden or unfair evictions. In the case of a tenancy agreement, the ownership of the property is also transferred from the owners to the tenants, making it more difficult for the landlord to evacuate a tenant.