In a lease-a-will, the agreement lasts as long as both parties wish to do business. Sometimes there is no written agreement at all in a tenant-after-will, but often the tenant is asked to sign a form that says „lease“ or „lease-to-will“ at the head. This form should include the amount of monthly rent and the basic rules. The landlord must ensure that the tenant receives a legible copy of the rental or rental agreement. The rental agreement must not be subject to illegal conditions such as: whether it is a lease or a tenancy agreement, the tenant must pay rent, respect the rules agreed with the landlord and take responsibility for damage to the apartment that is more than just „normal wear and tear“. The owner must provide an apartment that is safe, clean and compliant with the Massachusetts Health Code, and must keep all promises in the lease or lease. In general, a landlord cannot take possession of the rental property, physically remove the tenant or his personal property or change the locks without going through a court. Depending on the reason for the eviction, a landlord must provide the tenant with a 14-day or 30-day notice for termination. A lessor must then bring a civil action (summary trial) in court and receive a court judgment setting the date on which the tenant must leave the rented property with his property.
If the tenant does not voluntarily withdraw on the date indicated by the court, a lessor must have a sheriff or constaulator executed to make an enforced judgment against the tenant who asks him to leave the house and, if necessary, to transfer any personal property of the tenant to a licensed public warehouse. In this case, the lessor is required to pay moving costs, but is entitled to reimbursement by the tenant. The tenant has the unique opportunity to claim items of personal or sentimental value in the storage facility and can claim all personal belongings of the warehouse after paying the fees charged by the storage facility. A lease-on-will does not last for a certain period of time and does not end on a specific date, as a lease does. In a rental fee, the tenant pays the agreed rent each month for an indeterminate period. Either the landlord or the tenant can decide to terminate the tenancy agreement by sending notice to the other party either 30 days or one month before the next rent payment expires, depending on the longest amount.