The owner may sell or throw away goods if their market value is less than $1500, if the storage is unhealthy, if the storage reduces the market value, or if the storage/withdrawal costs more than the goods are worth. If your goods do not match this description, they are stored safely. The owner must allow you to pick up your goods if you inform them in writing and he cannot sell/throw them away for 1-3 months (depending on the nature of the items). If you leave personal documents such as your passport, photos, birth certificate or money, your landlord must return them to you within 7 days of the end of your lease. If they can`t find you, your landlord must give your items to the public agent. The rights to award a lease depend on the nature of the lease. The agent could be an adult relative, friend or social worker and is indeed a janitor of the lease. The agent is responsible for paying the rent, but is not required to pay the rent from his own resources, unless he gives a personal guarantee. If a person 18 years of age and older is willing to enter into a rental agreement with the minor, a lease may be established. The adult tenant will hold the legal estate as an agent for the two common tenants (as above). An agreement could be reached between all parties (including the lessor) to say that an exclusive lease is granted to the minor if he is 18 years old, at which point the joint lease is abandoned. Although unable to maintain a lease, a minor can “benefit” from a lease.
The lease agreement can be granted to a third party, an “agent”, and kept in trust for the minor until the age of 18. When signing a lease with tenants with less than 18 tenants, tenants must obtain permission from the rental court or district court within 10 working days of signing to confirm that it is a legally binding document. A mediator is in charge of the case, checks the agreement with both tenants and the landlord to make sure it is understood by all parties and to confirm that it is fair and appropriate. The Mediator can then write a mediation order that confirms that the tenants are held responsible for the contract as if they were 18 years old at the time of signing. Another way is to convince an owner that you think the deal is fair and reasonable. This could mean that they will give you more time to get legal advice on the deal, or that they are present, while a lawyer explains the deal to you in detail. One of the ways to solve this problem is to have a guarantor. A guarantor signs the lease with you and agrees to be responsible for all rents, damages and other rental obligations that you cannot or will not do. A guarantor is usually a parent or legal guardian, but can be anyone who is 18 years of age or older.
Exception: if the tenants are 16 or 17 years old, have been married or have been in civil contact, they can be respected. The lessor can obtain the lease (as above) for the minor until 18 1998, 1998, 1995, 1995.  This usually happens when the lessor has a rental agreement with the minor, without realizing that the minor cannot have a legal interest in a property. . . .