An oral agreement can also be changed. The change will usually also be verbal. In the event of a dispute, proof of the change may be provided if: termination by the lessor (for reasons other than non-payment of rent (form 10) (updated – effective August 1, 2014) A lessor must use this form if he terminates a rental contract for specific reasons (z.B. Obligation not to disturb others, obligation to pay a home damage bond). In this case, the rules of the law suspend the agreement, unless the difference is in your favour as a tenant. Learn more about our website: www.tenancy.govt.nz/healthy-h…/ventilation-standard/ We advise you to get more details about thinking services when you are about to enter a rental service. Fixed-term leases apply for the period set out in the lease. Neither the tenant nor the landlord can terminate the lease until the term expires. Each lease agreement must contain the following: Owners must include in each new lease, amended or renewed, a statement on their current level of compliance with HHS. Note: More than one person can sign the lease. If several of you sign it, it means that the owner can decide to hold them accountable for any or one of you in case of a problem.
(The legal name is that you and the other tenants who sign are “jointly responsible.”) You may also have signed an agreement that the property was granted under an occupancy licence. That is not enough to make the agreement a license. Look at this page on our website for answers: www.tenancy.govt.nz/…/ch…/selling-a-rental-property/ The lease is a form of consumer contract and, as such, it must be simple and as clear and easy to understand. It must not contain clauses that could be “unfair.” This means, for example, that the lease does not put you or your landlord in an unfavourable position, should not allow a party to change the terms unilaterally and without good reason, or to bind you irrevocably to conditions with which you did not have time to administer yourself.