The Residential Tenancies Acts 2004-2019 (RTA) protects the rights of private tenants after six months. The RAS system has no influence on your rights under this law. The lease is or will be concluded between you and your landlord. The municipality is not your owner. Your landlord is the person with whom you entered into the tenancy agreement and to whom the municipality pays the rent. According to the RTA, your landlord must declare your lease to the Residential Tenancies Board. The council`s rent is calculated according to an annual rental system. In summary, the weekly rent is reached by calculating 10% of the weekly income of the highest beneficiary of the household. In addition, there is a contribution for anyone else who makes money in the budget. Deductions can be made in special circumstances. Tenants are required to pay their rent each week according to the terms of their tenancy agreement.
The third category of antisocial behaviour concerns the breach of conditions under the lease that do not fall under the two categories mentioned above. Real estate agencies will meet with all new tenants to welcome them and draw their attention to community organizations in the area where they will live. A set of rentals is made available to explain their rental obligations, their questions/advice regarding the maintenance of their home, including useful contact numbers. The rental package is available for download at the bottom of this page. The municipality will then appoint a RAS beneficiary for the accommodation, who will sign a rental agreement with the owner. The applicant could be an existing tenant of the property, who currently benefits from a rent supplement and is eligible for RAS. The municipality will participate in this agreement as a guarantor of the rent. Certain acts of antisocial behaviour are dealt with in accordance with Section 7 Housing (Various Provisions) Act 2014. Other offences committed by tenants with respect to their leases, which are not a specific section 7 clause, will be dealt with in accordance with Section 9 Housing (Various Provisions) Act 2014. Antisocial behaviour is defined by the South Dublin County Council in three categories: You must reside in the house as your normal place of residence and obtain the consent of your local authority if you wish to sell, rent or sublet the house. The anti-social behaviour of South Dublin County Council, where tenants are in a situation where they have fallen behind in their rent, is available to the Council`s rental section to discuss their case and is prepared to provide affordable accommodation for the elimination of arrears.
It should be noted that all incidents of antisocial behaviour should first be reported to An Garda Saochna. The Commission will investigate incidents of anti-social behaviour that violate the lease. The antisocial behaviour of Council tenants can be categorized into three categories; Problems related to drug use and behaviours that “are likely to cause significant or persistent danger, injury, injury, loss or fear to a person living, working or living near a home made available by the housing department.” If a tenant does not pay their rent or if they comply with the agreed late agreement, the Commission issues a series of letters of formal notice indicating that continued non-payment will lead to legal proceedings. During this process, the rent department will attempt to contact the tenant to resolve the situation by correspondence, phone calls, home calls and other means. The Housing Leasing Program (SAR) was put in place to meet the accommodation needs of people who receive a rent supplement, usually for more than 18 months, and who have long-term housing needs. In January 2016, a new scheme to purchase existing communal houses came into force. What happens after filing a form for an antisocial incident report or antisocial complaint? Category B- Non-drug criminal activity: including joyriding, violence/harassment/bullying, racism, vandalism, the sale of alcohol.