PREMISES, TAKING UP RESIDENCE, CONSENT, AGREEMENT
Other persons taking up residence in the premises is subject to the consent of the landlord and the conditions laid down in the decree.
A precondition for the consent is that the lease agreement is amended by mutual agreement between the landlord and the tenant. When amending the contract, the parties must agree to increase the rent by at least 50% and that in the event of termination of the contract, the tenant and the person taking up residence will vacate the premises without demanding a replacement home and return the premises to the landlord.
The landlord shall only consider the tenant when providing a replacement home. This should be set as a condition of consent.
Unless otherwise provided by law, the landlord shall also stipulate as a condition of the consent that if the contract is terminated due to the tenant's death, the person taking up residence is not entitled to continue the lease.