Brief explanation model rental contract D Model D “Rent under the Holiday Act” is designed exclusively for the situation that the house is for sale. This can be a property: -it was once occupied by the owner; – which was previously rented in an ordinary way (i.e. not under the Law on Vacancy) rented and therefore inhabited by a tenant. There are different rules for these two types of homes for sale. Features Rental Contract Model D Target Group: the landlord who has the property for sale Term of the contract: temporary, in relation to the planned sale of the Property Terminable by the tenant: yes, the tenant can be terminated per calendar month after the first 6 months: yes, at the end of the first fixed period, the termination period of the lessor is 3 months calendar Is it possible an extension : no, if the vacancy authorization expires, the tenant must leave the house has the tenant has rental protection: no, the tenant can have the points counted by the tenant committee: only if the house has been rented before without vacancy authorization Features Rental Contract Model A Target Group: an investor with 1 or more real estate that , in principle, does not want to live himself in the house Permanent contract: As a rule, begins with 1 year, then goes for an indeterminate date by the tenant: yes, by calendar month after the end of the fixed period (usually 1 year) termable by the owner: yes, after the first fixed period. But termination is difficult and only for good reasons (z.B. does not pay the tenant, the tenant causes harassment etc.) If the tenant has rental protection: Yes, all the tenant can have the number of points checked by the tenant committee: Yes, up to 6 months after the start of the lease, the Dutch rental right is complicated, and a tenant often enjoys a large protection. Perhaps even more than what we recognize as an owner. So you need to determine in advance which contract form best fits your situation. The leerstandsrechtliche Vermietung ist nur nach einer erer obtaineden Leerstandsgenehmigung der Gemeinde meglich.
In the rental agreement, different data of the vacancy authorization are listed. If this is not the case, the vacancy law is not applicable and the tenant is entitled to regular rental protection. Landlords can offer fixed-term leases (in Dutch) for 2 years (private sector-independent housing) and 5 years (non-independent housing).