To highlight the difference between a rental agreement and a license, we have provided a selection of the rights and obligations of a tenant under a rental agreement, unlike those of a simple licensee who does not have the same interest in the land: the advantages of a license for a lessor and a tenant are that the licenses cover a relatively short period, usually up to six months, while rental contracts usually run for a few or many years and can have harsh conditions. A lease agreement and a license are the two types of contractual agreement between the lessor or licensor and the tenant/tenant or licensee. This contract is binding on both parties under the terms of the contract. When the property is transferred to leased land, it is subject to the rights granted in the leases related to the property. New landlords may not distribute a tenant, increase rent or impose other financial obligations outside the scope of the relevant document. Tenant under a rental agreement: As agreed, a rental agreement gives the tenant the right to "exclusively own" the premises, which includes the right to evict an unauthorized visitor. This means that the tenant can have an intrusion action against the landlord if he enters the land without the tenant`s agreement and without permission, in accordance with the terms of the rental agreement. Her honor also pointed out that it would be equally astonishing if the store`s owners "allowed others to carry on any activity there," provided it did not affect Ms. Radich`s activities. Self-help is not available to New York owners who reserve the right to use them in their rental agreements.
However, courts are generally hostile to the mutual assistance of a lessor and do not allow its use when the rental conditions are unclear or when there is a factual question as to whether or not the lease expires. In addition, if a tenant is evicted from the property by real estate means by force or other illegal means, the tenant can recover three times as much damage from the landlord under New York Real Property Action and Proceeding Law ("RPAPL") §853 and may also repossess if ejected before the end of the rental period. Only when a court finds that repossessing the tenant would be "unnecessary" because the landlord will eject the tenant in a summary proceeding is it unlikely that the court will order the tenant to restore the premises. On the other hand, a licensee has only one licence agreement for the use of the property and is not entitled to exclude others during the licensee`s period of occupation. Licensed: A license is appropriate for sharing (so it is suitable for a number of agreements made by our ecclesiastical clients) .. . . .