Spanish-English Property dictionary

Arrendatario, inquilino - Tenant

Section for people wanting to buy, sell or rent property in Spain.

Arrendatario: the tenant. This is the person who gets the use of a property for a given period of time at an agreed price. In more formal contracts and legal papers, the tenant is usually referred to as Arrendatario. Another word for tenant in Spanish is "inquilino".





The basic rights and obligations of a tenant are:

  • To use the property as agreed in the letting contract
  • To pay the landlord/letting agent rent on time and at the agreed intervals
  • To pay for any damage or repairs that may arise through their own negligence; see deposit

Right of tenants in Spain to buy rented property.

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