”II. Duty to use care and respect neighbors

ARTICLE 316- The tenant is obliged to use the leased property carefully in accordance with the contract and to show the necessary respect to the people living in the property where the leased property is located and to the neighbors.

If the tenant violates this obligation, the lessor shall give a written warning in the case of residential and roofed workplace rent, giving at least thirty days to correct the violation, otherwise he will terminate the contract. In other lease relationships, the lessor may terminate the contract immediately with a written notice, without prior notice to the tenant.

In residential and roofed workplace leases, if the tenant deliberately causes serious damage to the leased property, if it is understood that the time given to the tenant will be useless, or if the tenant’s behavior contrary to this obligation is unbearable for the lessor or the people living in the same real estate and neighbors, the lessor may terminate the contract immediately with a written notice.

F. Termination of the contract

III. Extraordinary termination

1. Important reasons

ARTICLE 331- Each party may terminate the contract at any time by complying with the legal termination notice period, in case there are important reasons that make the continuation of the lease relationship unbearable for itself. The judge decides on the financial consequences of the extraordinary termination notice, taking into account the situation and conditions.

2. Bankruptcy of the tenant

ARTICLE 332- If the lessee goes bankrupt after the delivery of the leased property, the lessor may request assurance for the accrued rents. The lessor gives an appropriate period of time in writing to the lessee and the bankruptcy estate for assurance. If no assurance is given within this period, the lessor may terminate the contract immediately without complying with any termination notice period.

Residential and Roofed Workplace Rentals

F. Termination of the contract in residential and roofed workplace rentals

I. By notification

1. In general

ARTICLE 347- In residential and roofed workplace rentals, unless the tenant notifies at least fifteen days before the end of the fixed-term contracts, the contract is deemed to be extended for one year with the same conditions. The lessor cannot terminate the contract based on the expiration of the contract period. However, at the end of the ten-year extension period, the lessor may terminate the contract without giving any reason, provided that it gives notice at least three months before the end of each subsequent extension year. In indefinite-term lease agreements, the tenant can terminate the agreement at any time, and the lessor can terminate the agreement ten years after the beginning of the lease, with a notice of termination in accordance with general provisions. In cases where the right of termination can be exercised according to general provisions, the lessor or tenant may terminate the contract.

2. Validity of the notification

a. Shape

ARTICLE 348- The validity of the termination notice in residential and roofed workplace leases depends on it being made in writing.

II. through litigation

1. Due to reasons arising from the lessor

a. Requirements, reconstruction and zoning

ARTICLE 350- The lessor shall conclude the lease;

1. If he/she is obliged to use the rented property due to housing or workplace needs for himself/herself, his/her spouse, descendants, superiors or other persons he/she is obliged to look after by law,

2. If the leased property needs to be substantially repaired, expanded or replaced for the purpose of reconstruction or zoning and it is impossible to use the leased property during these works, at the end of the period in fixed-term contracts, in indefinite-term contracts, from the date to be determined in accordance with the general provisions regarding the lease, the termination period and the periods foreseen for termination notice. may be terminated by filing a lawsuit within one month.

b. New owner’s requirement

ARTICLE 351- If the person who subsequently acquires the leased property is obliged to use it for himself, his spouse, his descendants, his superiors or other persons he is obliged to look after by law due to housing or workplace needs, he may terminate the lease contract, provided that he notifies the tenant in writing of the situation within one month starting from the date of acquisition. may terminate it with a lawsuit filed months later. The person who subsequently acquires the leased property may, if he wishes, exercise his right to terminate the contract due to necessity by filing a lawsuit within one month starting from the end of the contract period.

2. Due to reasons arising from the tenant

ARTICLE 352- If, after the delivery of the leased property, the tenant undertakes to vacate the leased property on a certain date in writing against the lessor, but has not evacuated, the lessor may terminate the lease agreement by applying for enforcement or filing a lawsuit within one month starting from this date. Within the rental period in rental agreements with a term of less than one year; In the case of lease agreements with a term of one year or more, if the failure to pay the rent within one lease year or a period exceeding one lease year has caused the lessor to be given two justified warnings in writing, the lessor shall be liable for one lease, starting from the end of the lease period and, in case of leases with a term longer than one year, the end of the lease year in which the warnings were made. may terminate the lease agreement through litigation within a month. Tenant or joint