Rental terms on apartments in Denmark?

by Ade

HI there,

Please I would like to ask you a question on lease agreement in Denmark, my apologies for bothering you, but I just want to get the right information on Denmark, as the company I work for would be sending staffs down to the Denmark for construction & engineering work. Is it possible to have a 6 month contract on private properties for rent? What would be the implication for this agreement? Awaiting your kind response
Regards,
Ade

Response:

Ade,

I am not sure what you are asking.There are plenty of places that rent for just 6 months and not a year. The rental period is determined between you and the person or company you are leasing from. The rental terms are the same if it is a 6 month, 3 month or 1 year contract. Read the fine print carefully, since you need to give the correct amount of notice for vacating the property, restoring the property if damaged, etc..

Do not know if this cleared it up. If not, please be a bit more specific about what implications you are requiring about.

Charlie
www.fyidenmark.com
Denmark Expat

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