Hello. I rented my current apartment on February 28, 2015 MIT a signed 12-month contract. At the end of the first year of rental, I just called my landlord to say that I wanted to continue in the apartment, and she agrees. Normally, this conversation takes place every year in January. I just found a better house and because I don`t want to cause any inconvenience I wrote to her that we would be leaving the premises on January 1st (1 month`s written notice basically) and she says that because our contract won`t end until February 28th, she will keep my £2000 deposit. The question is that she only has a contract that I signed and that ended on 28.02.16. What are my rights? Can it keep the deposit on the basis of these criteria? Thank you Once signed, the landlord should give a copy to the tenant. This should be done before the amendment takes effect. Both parties should add it to their copy of the lease. I rented a house in May and they want us to rent for a year, and they wouldn`t give us a contract, but they sell the house, so what can I do because I understood that we were going to rent for a year. I wasn`t behind rent.so if they sell the house, I can still rent it out until my deal is.
I have a message saying that they are going to sign us a contract. Will it help me How can I chase a tenant without a lease? He also holds property that belongs to me. Tenants who have permission from their landlords but do not have leases usually have a rental agreement after authorization. These rentals are sometimes called “monthly” or “by agreement” agreements, in the absence of a formal contract that sets the duration of the lease. A monthly lease contains the same provisions as in a standard lease agreement. However, either the tenant or the lessor can change the terms of the contract at the end of each month. The lessor has the option of increasing the rent or asking the tenant to leave the premises without breaching the lease. However, a lessor must give reasonable notice of 30 days before asking the tenant to leave the property. Rental agreements must be in writing and the landlord must provide a copy to the tenant before the rental begins. But even if no formal written agreement is reached, the Housing Rental Act applies.
Landlords and tenants cannot escape their obligations by not taking their consent in writing. If you are disabled, your landlord may need to change the lease if a contract term means you are worse off than someone without your disability. So I moved into someone`s apartment to rent a room, no Tenacy deal has stayed since December, so 4 months of rent paid every month discovered that it is a community property and that I leave myself homeless just to throw myself to a date that I owe no, if I am somewhere for something I live here from 1982 until today, I live in Los Angeles Rent Control My landlord is now telling me, that he didn`t want us to park our cars in the driveway, and he said that my son was not on the lease, that he had to get off and that he could stay if he wasn`t parked in the driveway. And he also said that my husband doesn`t like that he can move. I pay the rent and the entrance is part of our rental unit. Advice would be nice If you are discussing a potential lease agreement or an extension of a contract, you should always use the words “subject matter of the contract” in any correspondence that relates to a potential lease or that speaks to potential tenants….