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Syynä on se, että turvapaikanhakijoiden asuttamasta kerrostalosta alettiin irtisanoa vanhoja vuokralaisia viime viikolla. Vielä joulukuussa sanottiin, että talon vuokralaiset saavat jatkaa asumistaan normaalisti.
Despite being told in December that no changes would be made to their leases, tenants are now being faced with contract termination in order to make way for yet more refugees.
What rights do landlords and tenants have in Finland, especially as to duration of contract, and eviction?
The landlord must give at least 6 months’ notice, if the tenancy has been in existence for more than a year. Otherwise three months notice is mandatory.
Fixed-term agreements. Fixed-term tenancies, unlike unlimited ones, must be in writing. No maximum or minimum duration is prescribed. Fixed term contracts expire automatically at the end of the term, and it is very difficult to terminate them earlier.
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Volchitsa
Gubment is promising to pay for their rents, so the landlord is evicting people to make way. They will form a community within a community, like here in the states. We have places like China Town for instance, exclusively occupied by one culture or ethnicity.
Their leaders are already calling out the EU to modify existing treaties and practices to address the refugee issue to help the true asylum seekers while deporting the free loaders and criminals among them.
now the existing residents have to move out and find new homes.