The Arnhemmers Stefan and his roommate Alwin are put on the street. Pawn owner Jan Willem van Delft Westerhof, who lives in Sydney, Australia, had verbally confirmed to the two tenants that after a one-year contract they would receive a contract for an indefinite period. However, he recently decided to kick Stefan and his roommate out and go back on his promise. The annual contract has been notified and he now wants the residents to leave the building by August 16.
And the residents don't like that. Certainly not because the building at Steenstraat 91 is available online again for a rent that is 155 euros higher than what the two tenants are now paying. This means that Stefan and Alwin are deprived of their right to housing, so that this slum landlord can fill his pockets extra. BPW and the residents do not accept that they are exchanged for other tenants who will pay more and demand housing security.
Rental rights for the highest bidder
Rental Market Flow Act
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