The rental contract to be drawn up with the owner of the property.

Long-term contracts are usually for a one-year period, while short-term ones are from one month upwards.

Contracts usually call for advance payment, with one month rent and one month rent as a security deposit.

If the contract has to be terminated  responsibility for doing so lies with the principal, which is, of course, in the interest of the expatriate is possible with 30 days notice period (notice period is depends on landlord it may 1 – 3 months, varies per landlords )

In most rental contracts, there’s a standard clause about returning the property in a reasonable condition, allowing for normal wear and tear. Any losses or damage must be made good. Anti-social behaviour such as noise or abuse of property will probably mean eviction.