19. (1) Is it excluded for the court to adopt a new contract when submitting the application in accordance with Section 4 (whether under Section 1 or 2) of paragraph 1 or Section 1) because no other reason is mentioned in points (e), (f) and (g) of Section 1 and Section 1 (or if no other reason is mentioned in the undersering`s notification). section 5 or, if applicable, paragraph 6, paragraph 6, section 6 as a subject to paragraphs e, f) and g), and either no application under this section 4 is made or such an application is withdrawn), so that, subject to the provisions of this Act, the tenant has the right to leave the farm to recover the amount of compensation set by the court. (a) with respect to premises where the landlord is a territorial authority, a date that the Minister occasionally imposes by law for each territory of Zambia; At least one lease agreement should cover the following: 2. The lessor has no right to reject an application on the ground referred to in paragraph g, paragraph 1, first paragraph, whether the interest of the lessor or the interest of the person concerned who has proved to be unclear for these interests and for the merger would be in the interest of the lessor, after the beginning of the reduced period at the end of the current period. , which ends at the end of the current period. , was acquired or created. and since the acquisition or creation of the establishment, which consists of a lease or a successive lease, the company has been occupied in whole or in part in whole or in part for commercial purposes. (a) any effect of the tenant or his predators occupying the operation; It is clear from the foregoing that the protection of the law is in the best interests of the tenant when it comes to the termination of a commercial tenancy agreement.
Many tire owners have to jump to evict tenants, not only deprives them of months of rental income, given the significant notice period they have to provide, but also increases their costs, especially if they have to hire lawyers to navigate the proper legal architecture to understand their rights. A tenant needs to know how he is properly terminating the lease. In the event that the tenant cannot properly terminate the tenancy agreement, they must know the legal implications and know what happens to their deposit. The end of a tenancy agreement depends on why the tenant leaves and the type of rental agreement the tenant has (fixed or periodic?). 3. The court sets the date (the date cannot be set at the start date of the lease) from which the rent set under paragraph 1 must be paid by the tenant and the amount of the rent thus set can be paid by the landlord who received the payment or by his legal staff representative. , by the tenant who paid this amount; any sum and any other amount which, according to the provisions of this Act, can be recovered by a tenant from a landlord or reimbursed by a landlord to a tenant, can be deducted by the tenant from any rent he must pay to the lessor, without prejudice to another type of recovery. In this context, the central question arises as to whether Chapter 193 of the Landlord and Tenant Act currently offers viable solutions for landlords who are experiencing an increase in tenants defaulting on due to unpaid rents – and in particular on the landlord`s option to terminate the tenancy agreement in the event of a late payment.