Checking the rights and obligations of the tenant
- Buying an apartment in Israel
- Rights Check During Lease
While a landlord can sell the apartment, without obtaining the tenant’s consent, unless this is denied in a written agreement, the tenant cannot transfer and transfer his debts.
The tenant is the debtor, the landlord the rights holder.
And the tenant, of course, has rights and obligations, or he will bind interests.
No tenant can present a fait accompli to the landlord that he has decided to exit the lease, and instead he (the tenant) has found an alternative tenant in his place.
The law states that: “The debtor’s liability is checkable, in whole or in part, in the agreement between the debtor and the assignee on whom the creditor’s consent came unless her offense was denied or limited by law.”
The tenant is of course interested in releasing all of his obligations to the landlord and transferring them in full to the alternative tenant.
The legal term, in this case, would be ‘liability check’, or more precisely ‘debtor replacement’.
The original debtor leaves and is replaced by a new debtor.