The lease agreement should specify at least the following:
A lease agreement with a non-fixed term remains valid until it is terminated. Either the tenant or the lessor may give notice of termination of a lease agreement with a non-fixed term.
Unless otherwise agreed, the notice period is counted from the end of the month in which notice is given.
A lease agreement may also be made out for a fixed term. A fixed-term lease agreement is binding on both the lessor and the tenant for the agreed period of time.
A fixed term lease agreement should not be terminated unless there is strong justification for doing so. If a tenant terminates a fixed-term lease agreement prior to its expiration,
A lease agreement may, in some cases, be terminated with immediate effect if there are particularly weighty reasons for doing so.