c) If the landlord makes an act in violation of the contract or the framework law, unless the monthly rent does not exceed twenty thousand rupees, when renting a house, its owner must enter into a written agreement with the tenant, in the following matters: By mutual agreement between the parties, the necessary modification of the tenancy agreement may take place. When such an agreement is registered with the relevant authority, the amendment is made at the request of that authority. In addition to the rental photo affixed to the agreement, the contract is signed by at least two witnesses on each side. A copy of the contract is kept by the landlord and tenant. If the contract does not provide for a type or deposit, the tenant must pay the rent to the landlord within 7 days of the end of each month. If the contract provides that the tenant can sublet all or part of the rented house, he may sublet the agreement, all or part of such a house to another person. Unless the contract is otherwise provided, the tenant is required to repair and maintain the paid home as required. If the contract requires the landlord to carry out repairs and maintenance, the tenant must inform the landlord in written time. However, if the landlord does not carry out such repair and maintenance, the tenant can take care of it and, before that eventuality, draw up a quote and communicate his written information to the landlord in advance of 15 days and deduct the amount of the rent to be paid. 3.
If the landlord and tenant terminate the contract with agreement, the tenant must provide the landlord, no later than 15 days, with written information about the tenant`s name and address. The subtenant is required to pay the rent to the tenant and complies with all the conditions and conditions to be met by the tenant. d). if it is necessary to repair and obtain the house by removing the occupants of the house, the owner with the right to inspect the rented house, notifying the tenant in advance.