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Giving Your Tenant Notice in Paris – Tips from UpperKey

Writing an end of tenancy letter for a property in Paris

When it comes to leasing a property in France, you need to understand the differences in their system to that of your own country. The law leans heavily towards the tenant, as the French consider the security of a home a fundamental right for all tenants. The following information covers some of the critical areas of how to give tenants a notice letter in Paris, compared to other cities and countries.


Furnished and unfurnished—short- and long-term leases

Long- and short-term leases relate to unfurnished and furnished properties. You’ll find a typical French long-term property lease will often operate for as long as a rolling 3-year contract.