Leasing and leases are both legally binding contracts. Each agreement may contain the following information: HI, we have just agreed to rent a property and have spent money on references, etc., but have changed the terms and conditions/signature of the lease and its whole. We agreed to take the property for a year and it was advertised on rightmove, with the clause “Will be offered first for 6 months, then on a monthly monthly to monthly basis. The property is available from the beginning of September 2015 for an occupancy of 6 months to 2 years, so we have not thought about it, but they have now submitted us a 12-month agreement (no exit clause). We don`t want to sign this. Life is life, things happen and I am not at all happy with myself and money at 12 months without relapse. We don`t want to lose the property either! Can we insist on what was announced and what was said to us first or not? I don`t want to lose the money we`ve already spent on references/etc! Every piece of advice would be very appreciated. We have to sign tomorrow so that please, if anyone can respond tomorrow until 12 o`clock, be truly grateful. Thank you very much, I rented a property, but the landlord was deprived of his license by r.s. and he was told that he could have nothing to do with tenants or rents, and I was told that I could not pay him money, but he now has seven me with a section 8 real estate laws are complicated and if the landlord/tenant is wondering, it can be difficult to determine what to do. If life events require you to terminate a lease sooner than expected, it helps you get the law on your side.
Contact a local lawyer for landlords and tenants to find out more. If you want to stay in the unit after your temporary tenancy agreement expires, ask your landlord for a new lease. The lease should be valid for a fixed period of time, either 6 months or one year. Without a new agreement, you will be a periodic tenant and can be distributed much more easily. Hello I have to leave my rent early because the poor health and property is not suitable because it has 4 stairs and I recently suffered from breathing difficulties and arthritis. The board said they would give me a bungalow that would make my job easier, but the owner told me I had to pay it for the remaining 5 years in the lease. Can someone help you? I read the various agreements, etc. on the gov site, and as far as I know, the owner is right, and the woman we spoke with is wrong simply because the 2 month agreement we got is not in our first 6 months, we have been in the house for a little over two years.
The lease itself indicates that it is a periodic lease, which can therefore be executed from month to month. The problem we have with the exit from the property is that my partner and I are both disconnected from work and therefore cannot pay all the administrative costs, that they can afford to go through another private landlord, so we are looking to be put on the council list for one of their homes, if we voluntarily leave this house, we voluntarily make ourselves homeless in their eyes and therefore they can`t help us anything if the owner is right and can get their house back in two months (end of agreement and notice), then they can help us live because it`s not intentional.