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Things To Know Before Signing Tenancy Contract

Feb 13, 2022 رأي 4022

منشور من طرف : Edge Realty

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If you consider renewing your Dubai rental's annual tenancy agreement, be aware it's 90 days. That's the primary number. Because Dubai offers such a wide variety of options for living, including low-rise apartments and massive, luxurious villas, The RERA Rental Calculator allows everyone to remain put and not pay ridiculous rent increases and check the landlord's rent increase expectations or expectations.

As you are a Dubai tenant, you must be aware of these facts:


1. You have to give 90 days of notice.

Unless otherwise agreed, each of the parties (tenant or the landlord) must provide 90 days of notice of non-renewal of the tenancy agreement. Following the RERA index, if a landlord seeks to increase the rent, he must give the landlord a 90-day notice. If the landlord does not provide information, he/they can't increase the rent. Suppose no written or electronic communication is received. In that case, the rental agreement for the Dubai property automatically renews with the same rental rate and with the same conditions that it was in the prior year.


2. A 12 month notice period is required.

Suppose the owner plans to sell or lease the Dubai property for their personal use or provide for relatives of the first degree. In that case, they must give you 12 months in writing via the notary public or by registered mail before the eviction date. It is a must.


3. If the landlord is trying to increase rent. Is there a legal limitation to how much they can improve it?

The landlord may only increase your rent in line with the RERA calculation. Any increases must be made known to you at least 90 days in advance. The RERA calculator determines a rent limit for each property. When your rental is lower than this figure, the landlord has the right to increase it to the RERA rate.


4. Complete the tenancy agreement in RERA.

This stops the identical Dubai house from being rented twice in one go. In addition, any issues arising from the tenancy contract won't be considered through Dubai Rent Dispute Settlement Centre. Dubai Rent Dispute Settlement Centre If you do not sign the case.


5. Rent payment.

Rent is typically paid according to the terms of the lease in Dubai. Post-dated cheques usually pay rent.


6. A price change.

You can claim the Rental Dispute Settlement Centre if you and your landlord can't agree on a price reduction before your contract renewal. Before a decision is issued, the tenant must make 3.5 per cent of the annual rent is non-refundable fees (minimum AED 500, up to 20000 AED) and then visit the dispute centre.


7. Utilities

It is unnecessary to renew your DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority) account every year when you are a tenant. However, you must provide an original copy of your final DEWA bill to your agent or landlord when you move out of you leave the Dubai property.


8. If the landlord hasn't paid for the building's services, the tenant can't access the common spaces. Do you know who the tenant can speak with about this?

In the first instance, it is best to speak with your landlord. If they don't pay, you might be able to take Legal action. To start, dial 600 555 556 to contact the Dubai Rental Disputes Settlement Centre.


9. The homes that the tenant is looking at are being snatched up quickly. What can the tenant do to place a down payment on a home and be sure that no one will beat me in less than 24 hours?

The property must be reserved for you and removed from the market after paying the deposit. If you wish to be sure that you are the only one, you must get a contract signed immediately.


10. Subletting property

The applicable law in Dubai says: "Unless otherwise agreed by the parties to the lease contract, the tenant may not assign the use of or sub-lease the real property to third parties unless written consent of the landlord is obtained."

Furthermore, another law stipulates that if the tenant sublet their property to another tenant, in default of paying rent in the 30 days following receiving a notice to pay fees, the landlord is entitled to demand eviction, which could apply to the sub-tenant well. The sub-tenant can then seek the rent paid by the landlord (in this case, the sub-renting firm) through the civil procedure in the UAE.


11. Proofreading.

Most importantly, you should make copies of any correspondence. This is important if you have to submit a complaint to RERA and The Dubai Rental Dispute Centre.

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