It is not a secret now the pandemic has covered all countries around the world and has had a great impact on the global economy. Thus, it is only a question of the degree to which each exact country and each exact market were affected. Moreover, it is a question of how long they will recover and, in particular, what the next year may look like.
Just as every game should have its rules, every activity that involves certain contract relationships should have clearly defined laws. These laws regulate and govern the most common aspects regarding what each of the parties shall (or shall not) or is allowed (or not allowed) to do. In other words, these laws define parties’ rights and obligations.
The legal validity of a rent agreement (a tenancy contract) stands for its legitimacy and binding of its provisions for all its parties during the whole contract period or until certain circumstances occur. In other words, this means each of the parties has certain obligations to another party but also has the right to claim that party to fulfill their responsibilities and liabilities as well.
Let’s start with some statistics. The population in Dubai is around 3.48 million people. And 80 percent of them live in rented apartments or villas. In other words, a demand for rental properties in Dubai is really high. In seven cases out of ten, when one purchases a property, one invests in this property. In other words, this one intends to rent it out and enjoy passive income.
The post-dated cheque (aka the draft) is the rent payment method that is widely used in Dubai as well as all over the UAE. Even if you agree to split your annual rent payment onto two or more parts, writing out a draft for each part in advance on the day of signing the lease is the common way to follow.