A third option would be to use a buyback clause if one of them is included in your lease agreement. Some leases have a buy-back provision that allows tenants to pay for two months of lease to terminate their lease prematurely. However, since you asked to terminate the lease and your landlord said no, it is very likely that there is no buy-back clause in your lease. Be sure to get a written agreement with your landlord, signed by both parties. Many landlords address pest control in the rental agreement, especially if there is no national or municipal legislation on the subject. Landlords must deliver a rented property to a new tenant in habitable condition, including a pesticide-free apartment. If cockroaches or other pests inhabit the house after moving in, the cost of pest control depends on the terms of your lease. If the landlord can prove that the tenant is responsible for the infestation, he can possibly charge the tenant for pest control. At this point, either the landlord will work with you to get you out of the lease, or pull out all the logs and do everything in their power to drop an atomic bomb on the apartment to get rid of the infestation.
Simple scrap will not be enough, so you will probably be evicted for a short time, while sealing the property and giving away everything they have. Keep a good line of communication with the owner and explore your options. My sister, nephew and I moved into this apartment on July 26, 2020. About a week or two after moving in, we noticed cockroaches. One died in the terrace door and the other crawled into our newly purchased microwave. I caught the attention of the leasing firm and they brought in an exterminator on September 15, 2020. .