A furnished tenancy contract is an agreement by which an owner rents to a third party a furnished residential space. The lessor must draw up an inventory of fixtures for the lessee. He must also equip the room with furniture to meet the basic needs of daily life. Otherwise, he takes the risk of submitting his lease contract to the law of 6 July 1989, governing empty premises, which is much more favourable to tenants. The lessor may not rent his furnished premises for a period of less than one year. Nor can he freely decide not to continue the leasing agreement. Only three reasons can allow him not to renew the contract at its end: the decision to take back or sell the housing, or a legitimate and serious reason, in particular the non-performance by the tenant of one of the obligations incumbent upon him.
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