InWroclaw 89 | 1,914 19 May 2012 #1Have done a search of the archive. The below is a summary of what I found, perhaps it needs to be verified as I don't know how accurate it is and contracts may vary.The questions I have are about renting a property in Poland:-1. Does a landlord have a right of entry to a paying tenant's accommodation?2. Can a tenant change the lock for security reasons?3. Who is financially responsible for repairs to fixtures and fittings that fail, for example a window that does not close, failing oven or failing WC?4. If a tenant fails to pay the rent, at what point can a landlord enter and gain possession?5. What documents does a landlord generally require from a Briton or other EU resident pre-contract and/or post-contract?6. What notice does a landlord need to give under normal circumstances, to a paying tenant?7. What if a paying tenant cannot leave on the agreed last day of a tenancy for whatever reason?8. Who does a tenant pay the monthly service charge/admin charge to?The info I found in the archive:Contracts should contain a notice period clause, termed as "okres wypowiedzl".Most rental contracts are 6 months fixed then the tenant needs to give one month's notice. Presumably this is the day before a rent due date plus one month.Landlords can usually give just 1 month's notice to a tenant if the tenant misbehaves in some way, eg damage or illegal activity.(above subject to verification and may be inaccurate or vary from contract to contracts)Anybody who can answer some or all of the questions above, or add some knowledge, or correct the above etc etc - please respond.