The tenant must vacate the premises within 2 months after the notified evacuation date, or request evacuation protection in the subdistrict court. The court assesses whether the interest of the tenant is more seriously harmed by the eviction than the interest of the landlord by the tenant’s continued use.
The judge can extend the eviction period by one year. After that, the tenant can request an extension twice more. During the proceedings, the tenant may continue to use the rented property. Of course, the tenant must then continue to pay rent.
The landlord may demand eviction in summary proceedings if the tenant fails to request eviction protection in good time and does not voluntarily vacate the leased property.