What are the conditions of the case of eviction due to need?

The lessor may file an eviction lawsuit within one (1) month from the end of the lease agreement in case he or she or his spouse or children needs the residence or workplace.

The lessor may file an eviction lawsuit within one (1) month from the end of the lease agreement in case he or she or his spouse or children needs the residence or workplace.

In order to file an eviction lawsuit, it is necessary to have the title of "lessor". In addition to the lessor, the owner and usufruct owner can also file this lawsuit. The lawsuit is filed against the tenant; If there is more than one tenant, the case must be addressed to all of them. Because the debt of discharge is not one of the debts that can be divided. A lawsuit will be filed within one month from the end of the lease; however, if the tenant has been notified beforehand or within one month that a lawsuit will be filed, it will be possible to file the lawsuit until the end of the period following the notification. It does not matter whether the rent money is taken with reservation or not after the lawsuit is filed or the notice is given. In this case, a rental fee may be charged. The most important issue to be sought by the court in this case is whether the need is sincere or not, and the claim of need can be proven with any kind of evidence.