TALLINN - Estonian Minister of Justice Raivo Aeg has sent to the government a bill seeking to amend the Law of Obligations Act and to provide more efficient ways for handling problematic tenants.
The main purpose of the bill is to foster the development of the rental market by giving parties to the lease more flexibility in shaping their relationship and by providing effective means of protecting the landlord's rights in the event of any infringement.
"In order for there to be more high-quality rental housing stock in our market, which people c...
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