(d) pay all rates, predispositions and general invoices and rates to be paid for the premises covered by the lease. A rental agreement in Nigeria or a simple tenancy agreement is a so-called written contract between a tenant and the owner of a property. The owner of the property expresses the wish to give his property for temporary detention. According to Section 47 of the Lagos State Tenancy Law 2011, these are “written or verbal, explicit or implied agreements between a landlord and a tenant with respect to the possession of premises.” Rules that can contain ideas when the lease can be terminated prematurely and under what conditions. It also includes the period for a tenant, so he/she could leave the property. At the same time, it protects the tenant by indicating the exact time the landlord notices before the evacuation procedure. A rental agreement is an agreement between a landlord (the owner of the property) and the tenant (the person who acquires the property for rent) and who sets the terms of the contract such as rent, use of the property, agreements between the two parties, termination conditions, etc. Yes, a landlord may throw a tenant off the premises, as long as the tenant is given appropriate notice. However, non-payment of rent is not the only reason a tenant can be laid off. A tenant may be evicted for the use of the premises for illegal purposes or if he violates a contract in the tenancy agreement or if he constitutes a nuisance or if the tenant has abandoned the rented premises. Other applicable laws include Registered Land Law, Land Registration Law, Capital Gains Tax Act and rental law in different states in Nigeria. Lagos State Tenancy Law 2011.
(a) That the tenant who pays the rent reserves the right to retain the contracts and provisions acquired and that they are earned and that he retains the premises and all the facilities he contains during the reserve of ownership, without interruption by the owner and/or a person who rightly claims by him. A fixed-term lease ends on a specific date and does not often require termination. Tenants may prefer temporary rent if they know exactly how long they must occupy a property. (b) that the tenant may not stay one day longer than is provided for in this contract, unless it is expressly written and indicated as such by the landlord or his representative.