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What is a Leasing Contract?
A rental and lease agreement is a document that outlines the arrangement between an owner of a real estate, known as the “landlord” or “lessor”, and someone else that is willing to pay rent while occupying the property, known as the “tenant” or “lessee”. In layman’s term, it’s a document used for the occupying of space (either commercial or residential) for a period of time in exchange for monthly rent. The terms of the contract are negotiable between the tenant and landlord and once signed, the form is considered legally and mutually binding.
What document do I need to sign a Leasing Contract?
To sign a power of attorney you need your cedula or passport. Documents as a driver’s license or other identification documents are not valid to sign a power of attorney.
How does the Leasing Contract go into effect?
It is effective immediately after it is executed and delivered to the agent.
It is effective indefinitely unless it contains a specific termination date, it is revoked, or the grantor or agent dies.
When does the agent have the right to make health care decisions on my behalf?
An agent may make health care decisions on your behalf only if you are unable to communicate your own health care decisions in any manner.
What information includes the leasing contract and who does sign it?
Terms: The lease should state the length of the agreement.
Rent. The amount of rent and when it is due.
Deposits and fees. Declare whether you require a security deposit and first/last month's rent. The names of all tenants. Every adult who will live on the property should be included. Occupancy limits. This should specify that only the adults who signed the lease and their minor children can occupy the property.
Restrictions on disruptive activity. Include text that prohibits behavior such as excessive noise and illegal activity.
Pets. Let the renter know if you will allow pets and, if so, what type.
Maintenance and repairs. Outline the tenant's responsibility to keep the property clean and pay for damages due to abuse.
Utilities. Establish who is responsible for utilities, and what will happen if a payment is delinquent.
Entry to the property. Clarify your rights to access the property to make repairs, and how much advance notice you will provide.
Documents needed to sign a leasing contract:
Yes. Although you are not required to designate an alternate agent, you may do so. The alternate agent(s) may make the same health care decisions as the primary agent if the designated agent is unable or unwilling to act.
Who could be my Agents?
Agent 1: It must be a person who lives in Ecuador, as he/she will be the immediate person to contact in case of an emergency.
Agent 2 (OPTIONAL): It can be a person from Ecuador or a relative who is outside the country. The most recommended is to designate a person who lives in Ecuador, but there is no problem if the second agent is somebody who lives abroad.
If I want a change of agent and designate a new one, do I have to grant a new power of attorney?
Yes, in the case that you want to change agent you have to grant a new power of attorney and revoke the last power of attorney.
Can I use the passport number of my agent for my medical POA?
Yes, as stated above, we can accept a copy of a passport for your healthcare agent, however, we suggest that your primary POA agent holds a cedula, because passport numbers change when they are reissued, requiring a re-writing of your healthcare POA. Additionally, someone who holds a cedula, and is local, can act on your behalf much faster than someone who lives out of the country.
Will I receive a copy of the healthcare POA in English, so I may review it before signing?
Absolutely, you will receive a copy of the healthcare POA in English, which you should review and understand before signing.
How is the Medical POA granted?
The Principal must sign in accordance with the Ecuadorian Notary Law, in front of a public notary, if the grantor is not fluent in Spanish an interpreter must be nominated to sign along with the principal.
After this has been legally authorized the document becomes valid to be used. The Principal must be thinking freely during the creation of the Medical Power of Attorney.
It is best if the medical POA is carried at all times, as emergencies cannot be predicted. We also suggest that your agent and your primary care physician have their copies readily available and are aware of the implications and responsibilities attached to this document.