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Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Gepost op: 09 december 2018, 12:12:49 pm »
Ik vernam recent van een Spaanse vriend dat de wijzigingen in de huurwet, die in 2013 zijn ingegaan, door het huidige kabinet weer teruggedraaid gaan worden. De looptijd zou weer naar standaard 5 jaar gaan met een verlengoptie van 3 en dan nog een keer 1 jaar.
Ik heb echter hier nog niets van in de nieuwsmedia terug kunnen vinden. Zijn er andere forumleden die misschien ook al iets dergelijks vernomen hebben?


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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 09 december 2018, 12:40:32 pm »
Dank je Lucky, het laatste artikel verwoordt inderdaad wat mijn vriend dus verteld had.
Eindelijk weer wat goed nieuws aan het huurdersfront! ^-^

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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: 09 december 2018, 13:06:20 pm »
Maar voor zover ik weet is het alleen nog maar een wetsvoorstel wat moeite heeft om aangenomen te worden,Podemos en PP stemmen tegen.Ik kan géén datum vinden wanneer het eventueel in zou gaan.

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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: 10 december 2018, 09:38:03 am »
Dus als ik het goed begrijp zou mijn contract dat volgend jaar 4 loopt, stilzwijgend 5 jaar worden? Afgezien van dat het nog een wet moet worden natuurlijk.

Ik dacht trouwens dat een 3 jaar contract stilzwijgend nog 1 jaar verlengd kom worden.

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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: 20 december 2018, 08:46:23 am »
De nieuwe wet op de verhuur is 14-12 aangenomen en 18 december gepubliceerd in de BOE
https://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2018/12/18/
Het is een pdf bestand van 14 pagina's, heb ze niet aleemaal gelezen.

Dat betekent dat alle nieuwe huurcontracten o.a 5 jaar geldig zijn, met 3 jaar verlengd worden en in het algemeen hooguit 2 maanden borg betaald wordt.

https://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/economia/2018/12/19/hoy-nuevos-contratos-alquiler-duraran-5-anos/0003_201812G19P30992.htm



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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: 20 december 2018, 10:29:50 am »
Ook niet zoveel zin om 14 paginas door te kauwen  ;D Zou dat betekenen dat bestaande contracten ook tot 5 jaar verlengd kunnen worden of alleen de nieuwe?

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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #7 Gepost op: 20 december 2018, 12:20:35 pm »
Volgens mij hebben de aanpassingen alleen betrekking op nieuw af te sluiten contracten!

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Re: Worden de wijzigingen van de huurwet uit 2013 teruggedraaid?
« Reactie #8 Gepost op: 22 december 2018, 09:39:25 am »
Hier een aanvulling op bovenstaande posts, voor diegene die daar mee te maken heeft.

The Ley de Arrendamientos Urbanos (LAU), so for non-tourist rentals. The amendment includes commercial properties and for habitual homes. The Royal Decree voted on last Friday the 14th of December, published in the State Bulletin on Tuesday 18th and valid as of Wednesday December 19th 2018. The law has not been amended retro-actively so this new Royal Decree is only applicable for rental contracts signed as of the date above, unless parties agree to have an existing contract be ruled by this new law.

The Royal Decree makes a difference in tenants being physical persons or juridical persons, we will only highlight the amendments as they are valid for physical persons. We will explain the difference in application for landlords, as coming across a juridical person (business) is more common for that party in a rental agreement. We will limit ourselves to the information with regards to renting of habitual homes ´viviendas´.

The tenants protection period is now the same as before June 2013 when the current LAU came into force. Rental now 5 years instead of three (7 in case the landlord is a juridical person). During this period only the tenant can cancel the rental agreement, if he doesn’t give notice with at least 30 days before the renewal date of the contract, automatic renewals will take place up until 5 years total have been reached.
Silent renewal after the first 5 years will go up to a three year period, instead of renewals of one year when neither party has expressed their desire to end the contract before the 5 years were up.
Re giving notice from the side of the landlord, the same conditions eg: ´Needing the property for immediate family the same as last law in that the landlord can only claim the property back after a year of tenancy and must give at least 2 months notice.
Registering the rental contract with the Registro de Propiedad will guarantee the tenant the same entitlements re automatic and silent renewals in case the property is sold.
In contracts that are signed for longer than 5 years, or 7 years if the landlord is a business, parties can agree to include a clause that in case the tenant dies the entitlement to continue renting will not be applicable to his or her spouse and/or children.  But honouring the tenant´s protection so when the death takes place within the first 5, or 7 years of the contract, they can continue renting until the end of that.
Rental deposit remains fixed at one months rent, in cash and can be updated in line with any rent updates, if agreed in the contract, once the tenants protection period of 5 or 7 years has ended.
Additional financial guarantees, apart from the deposit ´fianza´ is limited to 2 months rent, unless the contract is for an initial period longer than the tenants protection period of 5 or 7 years.
Rent revisions by either tenant or landlord can only occur if agreed in the contract and on the renewal date. If no specific percentage is mentioned in the contract, a national index will be applied. A different one for rents under and over the amount that would meet the requisites for rent subsidies, as mentioned in the Plan de Vivienda of the National Government.
Unless the contract states otherwise, after 5 or 7 years, if the landlord has made improvements to the property, exceeding those considered as regular maintenance, a rent increase can take place in the month after the works have been completed and the landlord has informed the tenant. The landlord needs to inform the tenant in writing, providing details of the costs involved (copies invoices) and calculation of new rent to pay, never increased by more than 20%.  The obligatory renewals and silent renewal period remain unchanged.
Parties can agree that costs for maintenance, services and taxes related to the property are the responsibility of the tenant, but if they do, a specification must be added to the contract at time of signing. And annual increases, if agreed upon by parties in the contract, can never be higher than the rent increase as mentioned before, except for taxes.
Fee for rental agency and legal fees for rental contract are for the landlord, but only if he is a juridical person, so a SL or a business. Unless of course the tenant has taken the initiative to engage the services of an agent to find him a property to rent.
Re tourist rentals and communities of owners, while under the current Horizontal Property Law there must be a unanimous decision to allow or prohibit properties in the community to be registered for holiday lets, now this has been amended to a 3/5 majority vote of all owners, representing on their turn 3/5 of those participating in the voting. If, as a result of a positive decision, amendments need to be made to either individual properties or any of the communal areas, and a special community fee needs to be established, or the community fees of the individual property concerned adjusted accordingly, this would require another 3/5 vote and cannot amount to more than 20% of the fee. These agreements will not have a retro-active effect.
Re evictions for non-payment of the rent, this new Decree puts in place protection for those in ´socially vulnerable´ situations, wherein Social Services can intervene once a judge has issued the eviction order, putting the eviction on hold till alternative housing can be arranged for. During one month if the owner is a private individual, for two months if the owner is a business.
The very little known ´tenant´s tax´ ITP will be eliminated. More info HERE.
Re social housing, the obligation to recoup IBI from the tenant, will disappear.
Townhalls will be given the freedom to put in place a bonification of up to 95% of IBI for those with limited rents, valid for private owners of ´protected housing properties´ that they are renting out at rents that are limited by Town Hall.
With regards to accessibility in communities of properties, this new Decree amends the Horizontal Property Law to enable communities to aument their reserve funds with 10% over three years, as an incentive to spend it on improving access for disabled.
Disclaimer: this is a summary of the new Royal Decree, with information we deem pertinent for our members, but does not pretend to be complete or exhaustive.

Time permitting, we will incorporate these new rulings in our info file on Rental Contracts, but not expected before Christmas 2018.

This Royal Decree is the result of a collaboration of several Ministries at national level and only the first of a series of Decrees to come, but those will primarily deal with promoting social housing and developing housing projects for those on low wages.

 

Please note: The information provided is based upon our understanding of current legislation. It is not legal advice but is provided freely to enable you to be properly informed. We recommend that if you are considering taking action, you should seek professional advice.

BRON: https://www.citizensadvice.org.es/faq/rental-law-amended-december-2018/

 

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