The renewal procedure
LexInter | January 31, 2003 | 0 Comments

The renewal procedure

The lessor must issue a leave more than six months before the expiry of the lease. The leave must be given by bailiff’s writ and must contain the reasons for which it is given as well as the indication of the two-month period for contesting the leave (article L 145-9 of the Commercial Code).

We distinguish

leave with renewal offer

the leave is intended to fix the new rent

leave at the end of eviction or resumption

the leave is intended to obtain the departure of the lessee.

 In the absence of leave, the lease is tacitly renewed for an indefinite period.

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