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José Magadán spanish solicitor
Your chance to finish the contract its eavery year on August. You have to notify them your intention to finish the contract 30 days before
So, if this year you have et them to stay longer than August they have the right to stay until August 2014. In order to forced to go you have to notify at least 30 days before
Once we know that, we could study the chance to demand them in court for the unpayment
You need two moths without the rent money and if you got them you could demand them in court and the judge will forced them to go
So, he is right and he can stay until August but he must pay you to get the right
If he does not pay you two months you will got the chance to evict him
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Hi, thank you for your response.The contract was for 11 months each year so last year it expired in SEptember lst year, this year it was August. We gave them more than 30 days notice. They pay in arrears and have only just paid their final rent for August. There is no deposit either.
Perfect, if the contract ends on August and you notify 30 days before he has to go, or you could demand him in court and he will be evisted and he will have to pay the expenses
So, once you have notified and he has the notice and you can probe it send him a new letter telling them to go or you will contarct an attorney to demand them in court
In adition you could demand the 500 euros
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