In the future, if the landlord refuses to renew the contract on the grounds of the tenant, the former tenant will be able to figure out whether the landlord actually rented the rent to another.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of Justice have issued a press reference containing this plan.

Since the introduction of the contract renewal system and the rent limit on the previous month, there has been a problem that the landlord will not be able to provide information to the tenant clearly if he refuses to request the contract renewal.

The landlord said he was actually going to live in the house, but for two years there was no good way to know for himself whether he would keep it well or as a tenant who had to leave the house.

Accordingly, the government revised the Housing Lease Protection Act and the Resident Registration Act's Enforcement Rules, etc., and if the landlord refuses to renew the contract on the grounds of the occupant, the period of the tenant's request to renew the contract, i.e., the final date of the housing and the information on the transfer It is a policy that you can read.

Currently, these laws allow landlords, tenants, owners, and financial institutions to access this information, which extends the scope to contracted tenants.

This will allow tenants who are denied renewal of contracts to see if someone other than the landlord lives in the house where they lived at any time.

A former tenant can file a lawsuit for damages against a landlord who falsely denies the renewal of the contract and gives the reason for the actual residence.

The government said, "If the landlord finds it difficult to rent to a third party, there will be no cases of falsely refusing to renew unless we take the loss and leave the home empty for two years." .

In addition, when the government renews the contract through the monthly rent limit, the government limits the rent upper limit to 5% of the previous contract, and when the local government has set the upper limit for each municipality in connection with the law that allowed the local government to set the upper limit again within the range of 5%. He said he would plan to coordinate it so that it will take effect in the early days.

Local governments may apply an upper limit lower than the national standard (5%) if necessary considering the housing supply and demand situation by jurisdiction and the conditions of the rent to cheonsei market.