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ОРОН СУУЦ ТҮРЭЭСЛЭХ, ТҮРЭЭСЛҮҮЛЭХ
ЖИШЭЭ ГЭРЭЭ

Анхааруулга: Орон сууц түрээслэх, түрээслүүлэх гэрээний энэхүү драфт нь гэрээний хамгийн ерөнхий нөхцөлүүдийг тусгасан жишээ драфт болохыг анхаарна уу.

Тухайн түрээсийн байрны онцлог, эсвэл түрээсийн нөхцлөөс хамаарч гэрээн дэх заалтууд өөрчлөгдөх, нэмэгдэх хасагдах шаардлага урган гардаг. Тухайлбал,

-Тавилгатай гэрээ, тавилгагүй гэрээ
-Барьцаа мөнгө 2 ба түүнээс дээш сар байх тохиолдол (голцуу үнэ өртөг бүхий тавилга эд хогшил орох тохиолдолд)
-Төлбөрийн нөхцөл: Төлбөрийг сараар хийх, улиралаар хийх гэх мэт
-Сар дундуур орох, сар дундуур гарах тохиолдолд өдрөөр тооцож төлбөрийг бодох тухай заалт

/Гэрээний загвар дараагийн хуудсанд/

ОРОН СУУЦ ТҮРЭЭСЛЭХ, ТҮРЭЭСЛҮҮЛЭХ ГЭРЭЭ

201.. он ….. сар ….. өдөр Улаанбаатар

Энэхүү Орон сууц түрээслэх, түрээслүүлэх гэрээг доорх талууд Монгол Улсын Иргэний хуулийн 302, 410-р зүйлийг удирдлага болгон дараах нөхцөлүүдээр харилцан тохиролцож байгуулав:

а Монгол Улсын иргэн ………………................. овогтой ………………............ (цаашид “Түрээслэгч” тал гэнэ)
б. Монгол Улсын иргэн ………………................. овогтой ………………............ (цаашид “Түрээслүүлэгч” тал гэнэ)

НЭГ. ЕРӨНХИЙ НӨХЦӨЛ
1.1. Энэхүү ………………. дүүрэг, ….-р хороо, ……-р хороолол/хотхон, …… байрны …...тоотын нийт …… квадрат метр талбайтай, …… өрөө бүхий орон сууц нь ………………… улсын бүртгэлийн дугаартай, ………………… дугаартай өмчлөлийн эрхийн гэрчилгээтэй, ……………… овогтой ……………… –н хувийн өмч (цаашид “Орон сууц” гэнэ) мөн.
1.2. Түрээслэх хугацаа нь 201.. оны ...... дугаар сарын ......-ноос 201.. оны ...... дугаар сарын ......-ныг дуустал ...... сар ...... өдөр байна.
1.3. Орон сууцны нэг сарын түрээсийн төлбөр нь .......................... төгрөг (үсгээр:…...

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Mongolia

...(figure 1) (making Pizza Since 1960, 2016). Mongolia’s History Domino’s Pizza has placed franchises in over 75 countries and counting. For the next market choice, I would choose Mongolia (figure 4). In 1206 The Mongolian Nation started with Chinggis Khan, (figure 8), the founder of the Mongolian empire. This was a time where clans fought wars over feeding grounds and water sources. Chinggis Khan united the rival clans under one flag and created a nation. The Mongolians or the Mongols were at one point referred to as barbarian’s, but history shows otherwise. There is evidence to indicate that the Mongols were once farmers, and the name Mongol comes from the meaning mentioned in Chinese writings which means, the people who follow the tail of their horses according to the growth pace of the grass, and their withering’s. The Mongolian empire was accepting of the societies different beliefs. Such as Christian, Jewish, Confucian and many others. IN 1915 There was a treaty signed between Russia, China, and Mongolia granting Mongolia limited independence. In 1919 the Chinese took control over the Mongolians, but the Russian soldiers defeated the Chinese Captors. For the Next 70 years Mongolia would be a government controlled by communist party in Moscow. At this point a lot of the original Mongolia Culture and heritage was destroyed. Even though they were being controlled by the Soviet Union There was good that came from it. The Soviet implemented many resources that the......

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Market Model Patterns of Change

...Title:    Mongolia Innovation Commons Partners (M•ICP) Signs Landmark Agreement with M-CAM Date:   August 20, 2010 Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.  Today, M•ICP, Mongolia and M-CAM, USA entered into an agreement which will offer M•CAM’s financial and innovation infrastructure products to public and private sector entities in Mongolia and Central Asia. The combined entity will work to expand intangible asset finance and national development strategy in a way that brings lasting value to the Mongolian economy, sustainable development of Mongolia in particular.  Bringing M•CAM’s innovative suite of financial solutions, including new strategies using trade credit offsets, to the Mongolian market has the potential to accelerate the market engagement strategies of this culturally rich, resource endowed Mongolia. The M-ICP (www.m-icp.com) is a newly established company in Mongolia which provides ethical, innovative business, finance, and policy advisory services to businesses, communities, government and other development stakeholders. A core mission of M-ICP is the promotion and support of global innovation and technologies, innovative financing, global innovation commons and heritable innovation knowledge in a breakthrough ways. The M-ICP founded by four Mongolian professionals and Ms. Nergui Dorj is a Founding Chief Executive Director. She is an economist, banking and finance specialist and development practitioner - graduate of Moscow Financial Academy, Australian National...

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