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Old 09.01.2018, 08:41
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Re: Terminating a lease contract with one month notice what are my rights?

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Which makes them solvent. Rent of course includes charges.

Actually the two are much safer payers than someone gaining their income from work as the latter can be out of work at any time whereas the government is as good as it gets.
It doesn't make them solvent, it means somebody else will pay their rent, that's all.

It's totally different. There's alot more to living somewhere than just paying the rent. Landlords want to know that their investment is looked after properly. Who will pay the other bills? Liability insurance? Who will pay to make good any problems that happen? Who will pay for the final cleaning?

Maybe the answer to all is the government.. But as a landlord if you have the choice of this or somebody well paid in stable employment etc etc.. What would you prefer?
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