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Send Legal Eliminate the trouble of renting for elderly people living alone by signing a contract for handling leftover belongings, etc.!

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Eliminate the trouble of renting for elderly people living alone by signing a contract to dispose of leftover belongings!
Recommendation of entrustment contract for disposal of leftover belongings etc. for real estate owners
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Send Legal Kita Hiroko Law Office (Lawyer Kita Hiroko), which is working on resolving legal issues related to rental contracts for real estate owners, is one of the final issues in the rental contract, one of the concerns regarding the occupancy of elderly people living alone. We aim to solve the figurine problem.
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Send Legal Kita Hiroko Law Office (Lawyer Kita Hiroko), which is working on resolving legal issues related to rental contracts for real estate owners, is one of the final issues in the rental contract, one of the concerns regarding the occupancy of elderly people living alone. We aim to solve the figurine problem. Streamlining the disposal of leftover items will help elderly rental tenants, benefit rental property owners, and contribute to securing appropriate housing, which is a social issue.
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In recent years, the number of elderly people living alone has been increasing due to the aging population, the shift to nuclear families, and the increase in unmarried people, and there is a need to expand opportunities for single elderly people to move into rental housing. However, there are many elderly people living alone who have no relatives, such as children or siblings.
As a rental housing owner, if such a single elderly person dies while living in a rental housing, the owner cannot contact his heirs, terminates the rental contract, and takes care of the items left in the apartment. This makes it difficult to dispose of leftover objects smoothly.
This is one of the reasons why landlords tend to avoid or shy away from renting housing units to single elderly people.
According to a survey by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, 90% of the reasons for restricting entry for elderly people are “concerns about fatal accidents in the living room.”
In light of this situation, we have adopted contractual measures to reduce the burden on landlords and eliminate their sense of anxiety about allowing single elderly people to move in, and to expand opportunities for single elderly people to move into rental housing. As one of these, the Housing Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has published the “Model Contract Clauses Regarding Disposal of Leftover Property, etc.” (hereinafter referred to as the “Model Contract Clauses”). However, according to a survey of real estate agents, this is not recognized at all.
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Reference: 3rd Study Group on the ideal form of housing support functions for people who require special consideration to secure housing, Handout 2: Federation of Real Estate Associations
Questionnaire Survey If you think about it, real estate brokers will be able to help owners deal with the costs of disposing of leftover property. Even if they do, real estate agents may not have an incentive to spread the word, as they will not be responsible for the burden themselves. Furthermore, in the explanation of the model clause, it is pointed out that contracts for delegation of disposal of leftover belongings, etc. may be invalid under the Consumer Contract Act in some cases, which is difficult to understand and hinders their widespread use. It seems that.
Even in the national model project, a legal check by a lawyer pointed out the problem of a conflict of interest in a contract in which the lender is the fiduciary.
Therefore, we will conclude an appropriate contract under the supervision of a lawyer. Our company supports the conclusion of a delegation contract for disposal of leftover items, etc. From creating the format of the delegation contract, we perform legal checks when concluding individual contracts, and check the risk of invalidation by confirming the understanding of the delegate.
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In addition, it is important that all stakeholders, such as housing support corporations, rent guarantee companies, and real estate brokers, work together as a team to tackle this issue of leftover belongings, not just owners who are in trouble with leftover belongings. . With this press release, we would like to make everyone aware of the contract for the disposal of leftover objects, etc., and to create a team of interested parties.
Contact page → https://www.kita-lawoffice.com/contact [Manager] Attorney Hiroyuki Kita
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https://www.kita-lawoffice.com/〒540-0008
Service Office W Temmabashi 108, 1st Floor, OMM Building, 1-7-31 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture. Belongs to the Osaka Bar Association (registration number 51908) Career: Completed the Bar Training Course at Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of Law in 2012.・Entered the Judicial Training Institute in 2013 (67th
term).・Opened Kita Keiko Law Office in 2025. Other Initiatives While working on many cases for real estate management companies, he conceived and developed the service “Send Legal”, which allows lawyers to demand unpaid rent by sending SMS.
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