The COVID-19 pandemic has now held the world firmly in its grip for more than six months. Within the real estate world, tenants and landlords are confronted with declining visitor numbers, closures and bankruptcies. In previous articles, we have answered tenancy law issues in this corona crisis with some reticence – and we still do so. On the one hand, because the legislator did not write the Civil Code with a crisis of this magnitude in mind, and on the other hand, because the higher legal authorities such as the courts and the Supreme Court have not yet passed irrevocable judgments on the subjects under discussion.