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POLAND RENTAL SHORT-TERM LEASE - Tenant overstaying.


Maluch 30 | 95
5 Jan 2014 #1
so I want to rent my flat for a short term - let's say 2 months.

Now if the lease says 2 months - do the tenants absolutely have to leave then? How much notice do they have to give if breaking a lease?

i don't want to get into a situation where I can't get them out after the time period and I want to move back into my own flat with 'squatters' d*cking me around...

Does any body have a sample lease contract / flat condition report / damage deposit receipt? In polish and or English
gask7 - | 50
6 Jan 2014 #2
so I want to rent my flat for a short term - let's say 2 months.

Is there your flat some where in Poland ? If so I can post short example. But 2 months is very short time and maybe it is not worth to take the risk.

Besides that to find someone honest for such short time would be difficulty and your risk greater.

Jerry
OP Maluch 30 | 95
30 Jan 2014 #3
Merged: Short Term Lease - Tenant Overstaying - Can I Evict them?

Curious about eviction laws in Poland.

I want to rent my flat for a couple months... but what happens if the tenant refuses to leave after time is up? Can I evict them immediately?

What is the process for this in Poland?

I don't want to get stuck with no access to my flat! :)
Harry
30 Jan 2014 #4
Can I evict them immediately?

No.
OP Maluch 30 | 95
30 Jan 2014 #5
Okay - so how does the eviction process work then in Poland? How long does it take? what tenant rights do they have?
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
30 Jan 2014 #6
Through a lawyer, may not be possible under some circumstances, I believe it takes 3-6 months.
Harry
30 Jan 2014 #7
so how does the eviction process work then in Poland?

Badly and slowly, for example, they have to be at least four months behind with the rent.

what tenant rights do they have?

Lots, for example in some cases the right to alternative accommodation, at your expense.

Polish law is definitely weighted in favour of tenants and not landlords. I wouldn't even think about renting an apartment as a residence (rent it out as an office and stick a clause in the agreement stating that people are not allowed to live in the property, on pain of termination of agreement with 28 days' notice).
OP Maluch 30 | 95
31 Jan 2014 #8
hmmm good advice.. i had heard about that 'alternative housing' bs - especially on social housing type situations

i like the office rent idea :)

dzieki!


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