Another concern that could be pointed out is that it is an end to a non-renewable LPRL. The law provides that in the absence of notification from the lessor to the lessor (at least three (3) months before the termination date, the LPRL will be extended by a period of twelve (12) months. This requirement is part of the scope of a non-renewable contract, in which non-compliance with the termination would lead to an extension to which both parties have not consented. So what? There are sufficient judgments on “consent” to the writing of several theses, but for this guide, suffice it to say that there are a number of judgments that have made it clear that consent to an agreement must be given freely or voluntarily and that it corresponds to the intention of the party. Permission is challenged when it is given in error and our courts have repeatedly declared agreements that, with the agreement of one or more parties, were wrong, null and void. While it is understandable that the law was developed with the intention of restoring the balance between landlords and tenants, which has been lost over the years, as was found at the beginning of this guide, this clause was developed in a vacuum of problem-solving or reaching a scope, without taking into account the much broader picture of Maltese law and jurisprudence. It has been thoughtless and thoughtless and we hope that it will be duly revised with all other clauses allowing for interpretation. This is similar to: one-year contracts: after the mandatory six months, the tenant can be exempted from the contract by a period of at least one (1) month per letter; The tenant does not have the right to sublet the property or to transfer his lease to third parties, unless the right is expressly agreed by the lessor in the contract. LSRS is a contract to rent separate spaces in an apartment or building with common amenities such as kitchen and bathroom equipment lasting six (6) months or less. A tenant can terminate an LSRS at any time by correctly communicating one (1) week to the landlord by recommended letter. Here too, the lessor cannot impose a penalty or receive compensation for early termination if a tenant ends according to the above indications. During the tenancy period, the lessor would have the right to access the property and, in an agreed manner with the tenant in the tenancy agreement, with reasonable termination (usually 24 hours of termination) to allow the lessor to fulfill its obligations or to ensure that the tenant fulfills its obligations, as well as to show the property to potential tenants if the current tenant declares He has no intention of renewing the lease. The law does not apply (i) to rental properties of the Government of Malta; (ii) buildings rented to tourists exclusively for tourist purposes – provided that a property is registered as furnished holiday premises, but that the law applies and regulates cases where the tenant is not actually a tourist within the meaning of the law; (iii) leased buildings that are not leased for primary purposes; (iv) leases leased before June 1, 1995; and v) the rental of municipal rental houses in which contracts for emphyteusis or subemphyteusis have been or will be converted into leases under the law.