We had a contract signed for a whole year. After one year, the contract should be extended and signed for an additional year, but that never happened. We remain the owner`s property for almost 3 months without a contract. We have harassed him several times to get a treaty, and he simply ignores all our conversations. He read all of Rhe`s messages, but did not respond to any. We don`t know what`s going on. Nothing was done against him to be angry or anything. You pay the rent every month, even if you don`t have a contract. Unfortunately, as a tenant, you have very few rights in law. Your landlord can use “your” room if you are not there and you can distribute with reasonable notice – probably a month in your case. You can move your belongings as long as they make sure they are not damaged.
Sometimes people think they don`t have a lease if they actually do. I am thinking here of the date on which a lease as a periodic lease “continues” after the end of the fixed term. By the sound of this, your former occupant of the house is a tenant on an excluded lease, in which case 6 weeks of oral communication is appropriate, even if it would help put it in writing. Read this: www.gov.uk/government/publications/letting-rooms-in-your-home-a-guide-for-resident-landlords/letting-rooms-in-your-home-a-guide-for-resident-landlords As soon as a landlord allows a tenant access to the property and accepts the payment of rent, a verbal contract is entered into. So all this, “get out of my property with 3 days” mist will not fly, or at least it is not legally applicable. Since expedited procedure is the only type of ownership procedure in which you have GOT to have a written rental agreement, then it follows that for other types of claims, yes, you can bring them without written agreement. Inform your customers in section 21 if you wish to terminate the property after a fixed date. Give them a section 8 rating if they have broken the terms of the lease.
Sometimes a tenant won`t answer the door, so can`t listen. The way to deal with it is to take a witness and put the clue through the mailbox before 5 p.m. It is then considered meant the next day. Hello, I`m renting a condo in front of the council in a downtown that`s dying on my feet. I do not have a written agreement or an oral agreement. I have some rent arrears, I contacted the council to see if they would reduce the rent to help me temporarily in my situation and they just said “no”. Close in 12 months Weekly stores, and the city council saw fit to bring 8 hairdressers into our small town. I have a hairdresser myself and the board put one right next to me. I don`t earn much a few weeks, I have to put my salary to pay the rent. Arrears are what keeps me from leaving because I have a mortgage, I don`t want them to take it away from me, because I`ve worked hard, and it`s my kids if something happens to me. Please, if anyone can give me advice, I would be b very grateful x The fact that a landlord and tenant does not have a written lease has no influence on their legal rights. Both parties are still protected by law or by law.
With respect to any other form of claim, the absence of a lease does make them even more difficult. Depending on the type of requirement you will bring. You must state in the notice the conditions of the tenancy that have been violated and you must terminate your contract between two weeks and two months, depending on the conditions on which you rely. Don`t worry if you don`t have a written agreement – a lease exists due to the fact that the property is leased.