The lease contract is a legal agreement between two parties in which a subject (landlord or owner) rents an asset to another subject (lessee or tenant) so that the latter can use it for a certain period of time upon payment of a fee (rent). The lease contract can obviously extend to any type of asset, for example I could rent my car, or an agricultural tool, and obviously a real estate (houses, land, shops, etc.) and even a company. On this page we will focus on properties with a particular eye to those for residential use, leaving out other assets, some of which even require the intervention of a notary as in the case of businesses.
Unlike a sales contract, the lease can be drawn up and registered without the intervention of a professional; however, relying on a qualified operator such as BBSPRATICHE can be a good investment both in terms of time saved and in terms of risk reduction.