Yiyalo ti aaye iṣowo lakoko idaamu corona

Gbogbo agbaye n jiya lọwọlọwọ aawọ lori iwọn ti ko ṣee ṣe. Eyi tumọ si pe awọn ijọba tun ni lati gbe awọn igbese alailẹgbẹ. Bibajẹ ti ipo yii ṣẹlẹ ati pe yoo tẹsiwaju lati fa le tobi pupo. Otitọ ni pe ko si ẹnikan ti o wa ni ipo lọwọlọwọ lati ṣe ayẹwo iwọn ti aawọ naa, tabi bi o ṣe le pẹ to. Laibikita ipo naa, awọn iyalo ti awọn agbegbe ile iṣowo tun wa ni agbara. Eyi ji ọpọlọpọ awọn ibeere. Ninu nkan yii a yoo fẹ lati dahun awọn ibeere diẹ ti o le dide pẹlu awọn ayalegbe tabi awọn onile ti awọn agbegbe iṣowo.

Isanwo ti iyalo

Ṣe o tun ni lati sanwo iyalo naa? Idahun si ibeere yii da lori awọn ipo ti ọran naa. Ni eyikeyi ọran, awọn ipo meji gbọdọ jẹ iyatọ. Ni akọkọ, awọn agbegbe iṣowo ti o le ma ṣee lo mọ fun awọn idi iṣowo, bii awọn ile ounjẹ ati awọn kafe. Ni ẹẹkeji, awọn ile itaja wa ti o le tun ṣi, ṣugbọn eyiti o yan lati pa ilẹkun wọn funrarawọn.

Yiyalo ti aaye iṣowo lakoko idaamu corona

The tenant is obliged to pay rent based on the tenancy agreement. If this does not happen, it is a breach of contract. Now the question arises, can there be force majeure? Maybe there are agreements in the tenancy agreement about the circumstances under which force majeure can apply. If not, the law applies. The law states that there is force majeure if the tenant cannot be held responsible for non-compliance; in other words it is not the tenant’s fault that he cannot pay the rent. It is unclear whether the failure to meet the obligations due to the coronavirus results in force majeure. As there is no precedent for this, it is difficult to judge what the outcome will be in this case. What does play a role, however, is the frequently used ROZ (Real Estate Council) contract in this type of rental relationship. In this contract, a claim for rent reduction is excluded as standard. The question is whether a landlord can reasonably maintain this point of view in the current situation.

Ti agbatọju ba yan lati pa itaja itaja rẹ, ipo naa yoo yatọ. Sibẹsibẹ, Lọwọlọwọ ko si ọranyan lati ṣe bẹ, otito ni pe awọn alejo ti o kere si wa ati nitorina èrè diẹ. Ibeere naa boya boya ipo yẹ ki o wa ni igbọkanle ni isanwo ti agbatọju kan. Ko ṣee ṣe lati fi idahun ti o han si ibeere yii nitori gbogbo ipo yatọ. Eyi gbọdọ ṣe agbeyẹwo lori ọran-nipasẹ-ọran.

Awọn ayidayida ti a ko fura

Mejeeji ati ayalegbe le ṣagbe awọn ayidayida ti a ko rii. Ni gbogbogbo, idaamu ọrọ-aje jẹ iṣiro lori dípò ti otaja, botilẹjẹpe ni ọpọlọpọ igba eyi le jẹ yatọ nitori aawọ corona. Awọn igbese ti ijọba gbekalẹ le tun ṣee ṣe ni ero. Ibẹwẹ ti o da lori awọn ayidayida ti a ko rii tẹlẹ n fun ni anfaani lati ni atunṣe adanijọ naa tabi parun nipasẹ kootu. Eyi ṣee ṣe ni ọran ti agbatọju kan ko le gba ni idaniloju mọ ni ilosiwaju ti adehun naa. Gẹgẹbi itan ti ile asofin, adajọ kan ni lati ṣe pẹlu ihamọ nipa ọrọ yii. A tun wa ni ipo kan pe awọn ile ejo ti wa ni pipade daradara: nitorinaa kii yoo rọrun lati gba idajọ ni iyara.

Aipe ninu ohun ini ti a ya lo

Agbatọju naa le beere idinku ninu iyalo tabi isanpada bi o ba jẹ pe kukuru kan. Ainilara ninu majemu ti ohun-ini tabi eyikeyi ipo miiran awọn abajade ni ko ni igbadun yiyalo ti ayalegbe kan ni ẹtọ si ni ibẹrẹ adehun yiyalo. Fun apẹẹrẹ, aipe kan le jẹ: awọn abawọn ikole, orule nilẹ, mọnamọna ati ailagbara lati gba iyọọda ilokulo nitori isansa ti ijade pajawiri. Awọn kootu ko ni itara lati ṣe idajọ pe ayidayida kan wa ti o gbọdọ wa fun iroyin ti onile. Ni eyikeyi ọran, iṣowo ti ko dara nitori isansa ti gbogbo eniyan kii ṣe ipo ti o yẹ ki o gba owole si onile. Eyi jẹ apakan ti ewu iṣowo. Ohun ti o tun ṣe ipa kan ni pe ni ọpọlọpọ awọn ọran ti ohun-ini yiyalo tun le ṣee lo. Nitorinaa awọn ile-ounjẹ diẹ sii, n muṣẹ tabi gbigba awọn ounjẹ wọn bi yiyan.

Ifiṣe lilo

Most leases of business premises include an operating obligation. This means that the tenant must use the rented business premises. In special circumstances, the obligation to exploit may arise from the law, but this is not always the case. Nearly all landlords of business and office premises make use of the ROZ models. The general provisions associated with the ROZ models state that the tenant will use the leased space “effectively, completely, properly and personally”. This means that the tenant is subject to an operating obligation.

Titi di asiko yii, ko si odiwọn ijọba gbogbogbo ni Ilu Fiorino paṣẹ pe tiipa ti ile-itaja tabi aaye ọfiisi. Sibẹsibẹ, ijọba ti kede pe gbogbo awọn ile-iwe, awọn idasile ati mimu awọn idasilẹ, awọn ere idaraya ati awọn ẹgbẹ amọdaju, awọn saunas, awọn ẹgbẹ ibalopọ ati awọn ile itaja kọfi yẹ ki o wa ni pipade jakejado orilẹ-ede titi akiyesi miiran. Ti o ba jẹ pe agbatọju ni aṣẹ nipasẹ aṣẹ ijọba lati pa ohun-ini ti a ya lo, ayalegbe naa kii yoo ṣe oniduro fun eyi. Eyi jẹ ayidayida eyiti, ni ibamu si ipo orilẹ-ede lọwọlọwọ ti agbatọju ko yẹ ki o ṣe iṣiro. Labẹ awọn ipese gbogbogbo, oluya tun ni aṣẹ lati tẹle awọn ilana ijọba. Gẹgẹbi agbanisiṣẹ, o tun jẹ dandan lati rii daju agbegbe iṣẹ ailewu. Ọranyan yii ṣe agbejade nipasẹ sisọ awọn oṣiṣẹ si ewu eegun ti coronavirus. Labẹ awọn ipo wọnyi, onile ko le fi agbara mu agbatọju lati ṣiṣẹ.

Nitori ilera ti oṣiṣẹ ati / tabi awọn alabara, a rii pe awọn ayalegbe funra wọn tun yan lati atinuwa pa ohun-ini yiyalo naa, paapaa ti wọn ko ba ni aṣẹ lati ṣe bẹ nipasẹ ijọba. Labẹ awọn ayidayida lọwọlọwọ, a gbagbọ pe awọn onile kii yoo ni anfani lati faili ẹtọ fun imuse ti ọranyan, sisan awọn itanran tabi isanpada fun awọn bibajẹ. Ti o da lori ọgbọn ati ododo, ati ọranyan lati ṣe idinwo awọn bibajẹ lori apakan ti agbatọju bi o ti ṣee ṣe, a nira lati fojuinu pe onile kan yoo kọlu si pipade (igba diẹ).

O yatọ si lilo ti yiyalo ohun ini

Food and beverage establishments are closed at the moment. However, it is still allowed to pick up and deliver food. However, a rental agreement provides most of the time a strict purpose policy; what makes picking up different from a restaurant. As a result, a tenant may act contrary to the rental agreement and – possibly – forfeit fines.

Ninu ipo ti isiyi, gbogbo eniyan ni ojuse lati ṣe idinwo awọn bibajẹ rẹ bi o ti ṣee ṣe. Nipa yi pada si iṣẹ yiyan / ifijiṣẹ, agbatọju gba. Labẹ awọn ayidayida wọnyi, o nira ni gbogbo ironu lati ṣe idaabobo aaye ti wiwo pe eyi tako si idi adehun. Ni otitọ, onile le ni ẹtọ lori agbatọju kan ti o ba jẹ pe agbatọju naa ko ṣe ohun gbogbo ni agbara rẹ lati jẹ ki iṣowo rẹ ṣi lati ni anfani lati san iyalo.

ipari

Ni awọn ọrọ miiran, gbogbo eniyan ni ọranyan lati fi opin ibajẹ wọn bi o ti ṣeeṣe. Ijọba ti kede tẹlẹ awọn ọna jijin lati ṣe iranlọwọ fun awọn alakoso iṣowo ati dinku titẹ owo wọn. O ti wa ni niyanju lati lo awọn ti o ṣeeṣe ti awọn ọna wọnyi. Ti agbatọju ba kọ lati ṣe, o le gba pe o nira lati sọ awọn adanu lori si onile. Eyi tun kan idakeji. Nibayi, awọn oloselu tun ti pe awọn onile lati ṣatunṣe yiyalo ni akoko to nbo, ki ewu naa pin.

Although the tenant and landlord have a contractual relationship with each other and the principle of ‘a deal is a deal’. We recommend talking to each other and looking at the possibilities. The tenant and landlord may be able to meet each other in these exceptional times. While the tenant has no income due to the closure, the landlord’s expenses also continue. It is in everyone’s interest that both businesses survive and overcome this crisis. This way, the tenant and the landlord can agree that the rent will temporarily be paid partially and the shortfall will be caught up when the business premises are reopened. We have to help each other where possible and, besides, landlords do not benefit from bankrupt tenants. After all, a new tenant is not easily found in these times. Whatever choice you make, do not make hasty decisions and let us advise you on the possibilities.

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