Our real estate team is here to help you, you can contact us by email or phone on 0161 941 4000 for all tenant law issues. Learn more about the necessary statements in rental agreements I currently live in an apartment with a roommate and the owner who owned the apartment has been arrested and has not paid his mortgage or HOA fees for some time. He had made a verbal agreement with myself that I would not have to pay rent as long as I went to school and maintained the place. This has happened. Now that he has been arrested, he must serve time in prison, he has decided to get rid of the place that leaves me and the roommate, to leave the property. He sent us a seven-day notice of dismissal or pay. And we received a letter in the mail saying that the HOA had initiated the seizure process. The owner passed a real estate agent and told us that he was selling the property that we need to leave as soon as possible. That doesn`t seem fair, and all we`ve had is an oral contract, never written anything. What can we do and there is everything that allows us to stay in the apartment until we have time to find another place.
The refund amount is more than $8,000. Apparently, he hasn`t paid it since January and he just told us in September. Can someone help me? When a tenant rents a house, townhouse, unit, room, houseboat or caravan (for more than 42 days), they must have a lease and if they pay a rental loan, they must be submitted to the RTA. When we moved into our new home, we allowed an old roommate to use our spare room for a few months from early April until it was sorted. Our agreement was verbal – it is not mentioned on any contract or invoices, however supports 255pcm. The fact that he wants to be here at least until September has changed. The agreement does not suit us now, because a family member is moving to the city, and I want them to live with us instead. As this establishment was only supposed to be temporary, I verbally gave him 6 weeks to move. He wasn`t happy, but I think that`s enough time because it was supposed to be a short-term favor. I was wondering if there was a written explanation that someone advises me to give him as prince of the back for our interview in case it becomes difficult. Thank you for entering into agreements with your landlord on the lease, and these will be part of the lease as long as they do not conflict with the law.
You and your landlord have legal rights and obligations. The rental agreement can give you and your landlord more than your legal rights, but no less than your legal rights. If a clause in the lease gives you less than your legal rights to your landlord, this clause cannot be applied. My friend or other tenant may only be “forced” to a tenancy agreement for the limited period of time if the landlord has grounds for eviction (e.g.B. rental arrears), in which case the tenant must be notified under Section 8. If you are disabled, your landlord may be obliged to change the lease if the length of the contract means that you are in a worse situation than that of someone without your disability. It is probably more common than you can expect the owners to find themselves without a lease/contract for a short-term lease. Although owners often start with the best intentions for many reasons, they may not be able to produce a signed copy of the contract. This may be due either to the fact that a party never signed the contract or to the fact that the original copy was lost over time.
The rights provided by law still stand in the way of the rights stated in a written or oral agreement.