Collective responsibility is created when two or more tenants (T1 and T2) commit together to do the same to another (the landlord (L). As a result, there is only one promise. If Z.B. T1 and T2 together promise to pay $100 to L, while both are also responsible for the fact that L receives the $100, the promise can be honored either by T1 or by T2, which pays the $100. Since co-responsibility results in a single undertaking, it has been necessary in the past to initiate a delay procedure against all promises, each of which would be a defendant in the same procedure. However, this is no longer the case and L may decide to take legal action against T1 or T2 or both. Solidarity responsibility is a mixture of the above. This happens when two or more people make a common promise to do something, but each is also separately responsible for fulfilling that promise as a whole. If z.B. T1 and T2 jointly promise to pay $100 in L, while both are also responsible for the full $100, the promise will be fulfilled either by T1 or by T2, which pays the $100.
If L does not get the full $100, he can take legal action against T1 and/or T2. As a general rule, when your landlord`s rent ends with the owner-in-chief, it affects your right to stay in the property. If tenants wish to sue a landlord for breach of rent protection rules, all other tenants must take legal action. For more information, see section 214. When a tenancy agreement is awarded to more than one person, the tenants hold the joint tenancy agreement and are “jointly responsible” under the contract. They are co-responsible for the maintenance of the property, including common areas. As a derogatory, you all have exactly the same rights, so a tenant cannot be simply forced to leave. If you have a problem with another tenant, it is unlikely that your landlord will want to get involved and you have to solve the problem yourself. An independent third party can help you solve any difficulties, for example. B a mutual friend.
To avoid these problems, some landlords refuse to accept rental cheques separated by multiple tenants. However, this may not be necessary.