The owner does not attend the appointment In the event that the tenant wants to end the rental contract and return the keys and the owner does not want to, the tenant can leave the keys before a notary and delegate the return of the keys to the owner to the notary. But if the owner does not accept the keys from the notary then the tenant can file a termination of contract complaint. Normally these cases occur especially when there is some debt on the part of the tenant and the owner rejects the keys until the tenant pays what the tenant owes. key return The tenant comes but does not want to sign the key return document The essence of the contract termination document is that the contract ends and that the keys are returned.
Therefore, if the tenant attends the appointment but refuses to sign the document, two things can also happen: Hand over the keys : if the tenant hands over the keys but without signing the contract termination document. This case is not recommended since the tenant can return and since there is no proof, no signed document of the termination of the contract can denounce the owner. Does not deliver the keys Fax Lists in this case it would be the same situation as if the tenant does not attend the appointment. The landlord comes but does not want to sign the document or does not want to take the keys If the landlord refuses to sign the document but accepts the keys from the tenant.
Then the tenant may have problems, because if there are no witnesses, the landlord may demand the rent he wants after the keys are returned, and the tenant will not have how to prove that the contract has ended (because there is no signed document). In the event that the landlord neither signs the document nor wants to accept the keys from the tenant, then the tenant will have to act in the way that I have previously mentioned in the event that the landlord does not attend the appointment.