Informing the tax office about the occasional rental agreement

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If a landlord fails to notify the tax office on time, the occasional rental agreement will not come into force, and the landlord will be unable to receive assistance from our legal department in the event of an eviction.

The rental agreement with the tenant’s notary signed statement is only valid if the landlord informs the tax office within 14 days after it comes into force (meaning – the agreement's actual start date).


For Rendin's occasional rental agreement to come into force (as per the general terms of the rental agreement, point 4.1.), the following needs to be completed:

  1. Both digital and paper versions of the lease agreement must be signed. Remember to include the signing date on the paper version.
  2. The date for handing over the property has come.
  3. The landlord has handed over the property to the tenant. Remember that the occasional lease agreement comes into force on the day of the property handover.

Tax officer must receive the notification before the end of the 14-day period.

  • We email the landlord a document template that has to be submitted to the tax office.
  • Use the ePUAP online government platform or send a registered mail to the office's physical address (note that it may take a few days to deliver the mail).
  • As per the provisions of the occasional lease agreement, late notification is treated as a failure to notify. Therefore, we recommend sending it as soon as possible. A notification before the date of the property handover (during the 14-day period from the date of signing the occasional rental agreement) will also be recognised by the tax office as a correct notification.