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Termination of tenancy contract in Slovenia
Špela Mežnar, Tamara Petrović, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: This article is concerned with the currently most critical part of the 2003 Housing Act: the regulation of the termination of a tenancy contract. We will try to show that the current system is outdated, incomplete and unproportionate when it comes to safeguarding the interests of both parties. Nowadays, a rental contract may be terminated by the landlord only in a court procedure. Moreover, if a landlord wants to use the apartment himself, he may terminate a tenancy contract only if he is able to secure the tenant with a new, adequate apartment. On the other hand, the tenant living in the apartment with a (silent or express) consent of the landlord upon the expiry of a limited-in time tenancy, is considered an illegal occupant. Accordingly, the landlord may file for eviction any time even if the tenant regularly pays the rent for years after the expiry of the initial contract. We will argue why and in what manner these provisions shall be changed.
Keywords: tenancy contract, termination of tenancy contract, housing policy, private rental, non-profit rental
Published: 01.08.2018; Views: 504; Downloads: 40
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