A person is looking for a furnished apartment to rent in Luxembourg-city, and finally signs a 12-month lease for a 30m2 studio. This accommodation is equipped with an individual gas boiler. After a few months, a mechanical part of the boiler breaks down.In this case, the insurance contract of the person renting does not cover the repair because it does not concern an electrical problem, but a mechanical one. The repair is therefore done by default at the expense of the lessor.
A newcomer to Luxembourg is looking for a furnished apartment to share with two other colleagues in the same situation.He signs a lease mentioning a high amount of charges, but does not pay attention, finding himself in an emergency.After six months, and many discussions with other tenants like him, he decides to dispute the amount of the charges.But this amount, admittedly high, does indeed correspond to reality, mainly because of the parts of the gardens which are part of the rented plot.It is therefore necessary to be well informed before signing a commitment