Currently, the minimum duration is 3 years.
If the duration foreseen in the contract is lower, the contract will be mandatory for years, until the lease has a minimum duration of 3 years, unless the lessee communicates to the owner, 30 days before the termination of the contract or any of its extensions, which does not want to renew the contract.
Yes. These extensions can be avoided if, after the first year of the contract has elapsed, the owner informs the tenant, 2 months in advance, that he needs housing for himself or for his first-degree relatives or ex-spouse. judicial sentence.
Three months after the eviction, the tenant can, within 30 days, request that he wants to return to the house for a new period of 3 years with the rest of the contractual conditions, plus an indemnity for the expenses of the eviction, or limited compensation for the duration of the contract.
It can happen, yes, unless the lease has had access to the Property Registry before the owner has lost his property right.
The law foresees to follow the procedures of a verbal trial to urge the resolution of the lease contract and the recovery of the house. In the best case, we must wait a minimum of 6 months to get a final judgment with eviction included. However, the extrajudicial negotiation will be more effective and may involve a reduction of the deadlines than when the judicial eviction procedure is urged.