[Kwon Aeri's Friendly Economy]

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friendly economy, reporter Kwon Aeri is listed. Reporter Kwon, there are still quite a few people who are curious about the individual cases related to the new housing lease protection law, but the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport gave an additional explanation regarding yesterday (2 days)?


Yes. First of all, if we limit the monthly amount to the previous month, we will keep talking 5%. When renewing a contract to the same tenant who is living now, you can't raise the rent to 5% at a time. This means that it is up to 5%.

In the future, some local governments may decide to set this ratio lower within 5%.

At the discretion of the local government, the upper limit of each region can be re-established within 5%, so if you live a 500 million-year-old charter now, you can give up to 25 million won more to the landlord when you live another two years. But if you say that Seoul sets a 3% rule, Seoul could be 15 million won in the future.

In order to avoid market confusion, the government is in a position to unify the local governments to set a time limit for each region and start applying it.

But there is an important problem. Because this law is retroactive, tenants who are in the renewal of the rent to cheonsei contract can change it to "let's raise only 5%" even if they have already agreed to raise the rent for the next period.

Then, if you wait a little longer, the local upper limit may come out, so I asked the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport if I could go back and ask for the local upper limit again at 3% or 4%.

In response to this, there has been an answer to discuss with the related ministries and local governments. The retrospective application up to that point is that the government also judges that it may confuse the market.

So you can understand that tenants and landlords who have renewed their contracts under new conditions now, and those who are changing to 5%, don't have to change it again.

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landlord himself and his immediate ancestors live, they can export the existing tenants, but once they are released, they can actually claim damages if they bring in other tenants. I have it.


Yes, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport answered this yesterday. Until now, only the parties, who were landlords, tenants, or banks that had to issue loans, were able to open the information to whom the house had received a confirmed date.

In the future, the former tenant who has been refused to renew the contract will change the information so that it can be opened.

For example, if you go to the Residents Center and ask me to report on the number of apartments in apartment A where I was denied the renewal of the charter, I would change it to let you know.

But this problem is actually a bit complicated. It would be easy to know if the landlord himself went in and refused to renew the contract, but it is a little different when the grandparents, parents, children, grandchildren and their families go in.

The landlord only needs to tell the former tenant that our daughter will live, and is not obliged to give her name or personal information.

This can invade the privacy of the landlord and his family too much. The government is also considering this.

So, when I, a tenant, went to the Resident Center, the Resident Center was considering using information such as a family relationship certificate to confirm and inform the tenant that it is a direct relationship with the landlord.

In fact, in the case of an inflicted son/daughter, grandmother, grandfather, grandson, or granddaughter, it is difficult for the resident center to understand this right away.

In other words, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport's response is to find a suitable way in the future to decide whether to monitor the information of new entrants that the local government or the government can open and find, and how far it can be monitored in order to give information to all tenants.


I think I will need a part to prove that I am a former tenant in this process, and I think it will be complicated. And if the landlord refused to renew the contract and left the house empty, there were quite a few questions here, too.


This may be the case. A line-of-speech came in. For example, he refused to renew the contract and introduced his son's family as a new tenant.

However, the son has a house for sale and plans to go in one year and six months later.

Anyway, within two years of rejecting the renewal of the contract, the new tenant will not be a third party. Only if a third party enters within 2 years is the compensation for damages.