Commercial law Jump to navigation Search Cornell About LII / Get the law / Lawyer Directory / Get Legal Forms / Legal Encyclopedia / Help Out Wex Portal Citius A Lei n.º 31/2012, de 27 de fevereiro aprovou medidas destinadas a dinamizar o mercado de arrendamento urbano, criando um procedimento especial de despejo do local arrendado que permita a célere recolocação daquele no mercado de arrendamento. Para tornar o arrendamento num contrato mais seguro e com mecanismos que permitam reagir com eficácia ao incumprimento, foi criado um novo procedimento extrajudicial que permite que a desocupação do imóvel seja realizada de forma célere e eficaz no caso de incumprimento do contrato por parte do arrendatário. Promove-se, por esta via, a confiança do senhorio no funcionamento ágil do mercado de arrendamento e o investimento neste sector da economia. Neste sentido, foi criado junto da Direcção-Geral da Administração da Justiça (DGAJ) o Balcão Nacional do Arrendamento (BNA), enquanto secretaria judicial com competência exclusiva para a tramitação do procedimento especial de despejo em todo o território nacional.
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