What does the word ‘rent’ mean in Spanish?
The term “rent” in Spanish is often used as a noun.
The word refers to the amount of money that the owner of a house has to pay the rent.
It is a noun and does not mean the amount that is owed to the landlord.
However, it is sometimes used in the sense of “renting a room to someone”.
This is the case for two people who are renting a room together: One person has the right to stay in the room until the end of the term and the other has the obligation to leave the room at the end.
This means that the person who is renting the room owes the other person a debt that he or she can only repay by paying the rent, if the other party wishes to leave.
This situation can lead to a lot of confusion.
The tenant has the option of paying the whole rent or paying a fraction of the rent to the other tenant.
If the tenant does not wish to pay, the other is required to vacate the room, which means the tenant is left with no room to rent.
The same situation occurs if the tenant has to leave after paying the entire rent.
If the two tenants are in a room that is shared, the tenant who pays the rent pays the room to the tenant with the right of occupancy.
If one person stays in the space while the other stays out, the owner owes the tenant the entire amount of the room rent.
If there is no room left, the amount owed by the owner goes to the person with the occupancy right of possession.
If that person wants to leave, he or She is required by law to leave without paying the full rent.
It is important to note that in this case, the landlord is the one who owes the rent and he or her obligations are dependent on the other.
The person who has the occupancy rights to the space is entitled to the rent even if he or it does not pay the full amount.
In the case of a shared bedroom, the law allows the owner to evict the tenant for non-payment of rent.
This is done by evicting the tenant and vacating the room.
The law does not give the tenant any choice about whether or not to vac.
It only allows the tenant to terminate the tenancy for nonpayment of the entire rental term.
In this case the law considers the tenant’s intention to terminate as valid if he/she is not able to pay rent for the entire term.
If one of the tenants pays the full bill, the rest is paid by the landlord to the owner.
The owner does not have to pay a cent of the total amount due to the room lease.
In other words, the money is shared and the owner does have to cover the rent owed to him or her.
However the person in the shared room is left in the situation of not having a room for rent, which has negative consequences for the tenants in the other room.
If a room is rented out by a single person, there is a possibility that one or more tenants could be evicted and have no room available to rent again.
The best solution to avoid these problems is to rent from a shared room.
The law does allow the tenant in the rented room to leave with the agreement of the other tenants.
If they do not agree to the tenancy, they can go to court and the eviction will be considered.
In cases where a shared space has been rented out, it can be advisable to hire a private attorney to advise the tenant.