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Lease of a house
Vlček, Jakub ; Salač, Josef (advisor) ; Švestka, Jiří (referee)
The Abstract The aim of my diploma thesis was to describe the legal regulation of renting a house, which serves a renter to provide housing needs. Given the fact that renting a house is also under the protection of the rental housing from 1st January 2014, this is a topical topic. The diploma thesis is divided into Introduction, Conclusion and five main chapters, which are further divided into subchapters. The thesis is based on legal regulations and, where necessary, supplemented by case law. In the first chapter I deal with the historical development of rental housing from the period of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages to the period of the force of the ABGB to the period after 1989. At the beginning of the second chapter I explain the difference between rent and tenure, but the key topic is renting a house and its origination with emphasis on the creation of a house lease under a contract. In the third chapter, I discuss rents, including detailed handling of rental issues, and other payments associated with renting a house, such as housekeeping and security. The fourth chapter is the most extensive and consists of the rights and obligations of the lessee and the lessor arising from the rental relationship. These are, in particular, the most essential and fundamental rights and obligations in the...

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