In the event of conflicts between neighbours, how can the property owner terminate the contract without having to pay a fine?
The owner can unilaterally terminate the contract, without having to pay any fine, when a tenant repeatedly incurs acts that affect the tranquillity of the neighbours. However, the owner must prove the facts.
One way to do this is by placing a bond in a police inspection and, then, if the problem persists, proof that the tenants were guilty again must be requested from the same inspection. Afterwards, the owner must request in writing – via postal mail – the delivery of the property.
Other reasons, in accordance with Article 22 of the Leasing Law, for which the lessor has the right to terminate the contract are the following: when the rental fee is not paid within the term; if they do not cancel the public services or the administration fees; if there is total or partial sublease of the property; if improvements, changes or extensions of the property are made, without authorization of the lessor or if the property is totally or partially destroyed; finally, if the rules of the horizontal property regulations are violated.