In principle, a rental agreement is therefore the first part of a rental agreement. The rental agreement does not create a legal obligation, the rental agreement only implies the possibility of a future transfer. The lease agreement refers only to the terms of a potential lease. This is just a stepping stone in the lease process. In real estate law, subletting (or, less formally, subletting) is the name of an agreement in which the tenant (e.g.B. tenant) transfers the lease to a third party in a rental agreement, making the former tenant a subtenant and the new tenant as a subtenant or subtenant. This means that they don`t just rent the property, but they sublet it at the same time.  For example, when a company rents an office directly from an owner, the owner, and then withdraws from the office, the company can sublet the smaller office space to another company, the subtenant, and enter into a new lease for a larger office space, which will cover its real estate risk. Some types of leases may contain specific clauses imposed by law, depending on the property to be rented and/or the jurisdiction in which the contract was signed or the domicile of the parties. The transfer of a remaining portion in a lease, assignment, is often possible (assignment) and an implied right of assignment exists by a mandatory right or as a position of delay in some jurisdictions. The division or separation of ownership may constitute a breach of certain lease agreements leading to an action for forfeiture.
An explicit transfer of a right to dementia of certain immovable property may be carried out by appropriate operational terms that grant and transfer to the tenant (the tenant) a rental of a given property/estate in the property. This usually happens in the case of a registered agreement. All types of personal property (e.g.B. cars and furniture) or real estate (e.g. B.raw land, apartments, detached houses and commercial real estate, including wholesale and retail trade) may be rented. As a result of the rental agreement, the owner (owner) grants the tenant the use of the indicated property. The rental of immovable property for a period of one year or a period of more than one year can only be done with a registered instrument. . . .