Where Do I Stand With No Tenancy Agreement

So I moved in someone to rent a room not a tenacy deal stayed since December so 4 months of rent paid each month found out there was a council property and make me homeless just chucking me on a date I need not, if I stand somewhere for something. Now, just a few days after I moved out, my parents tried to chase him away to pay back the deposit, and he refuses to pay back, arguing that the $250 had to cover the damage on his carpet. As I said before, however, there was never a written agreement, but even though it was implied by a verbal agreement, he had never told me to pay the cleaning fee (again, he had ample opportunity to call a cleaning service if he wanted to and I would have paid for it, but it was obviously so insignificant that you could not even see a spot. I rented my basement to a guy on oral arrangement, later I discovered he was some kind of threat to my family, so I gave back his money and asked him to evacuate in a month. Am I doing the right thing? or am I faced with legal issues. (2) `If a landlord of such a building does not respect the subsection (1), any rent or service charges that is owed by the tenant to the lessor becomes …. all uses are treated as not due by the tenant to the landlord…. As mentioned above, rents are often sold between landlords, but this does not automatically mean that there will be no change to your existing lease. The new landlord may want to optimize your contract, especially areas such as the duration and amount of rent to be paid (although you have the right to pay a “fair rent” – read more). Rent the living room in a house for me and my friend. We pay every week and have a verbal agreement that we have to pay every week, because it is only the living room. We`ve had two weeks` notice and we have to pay within two weeks.

What do we not accept to have 30 days to leave? I need answers, please. If there is no rental agreement, landlords cannot evict their tenants through the fast-track ownership procedure and, as noted above, the landlord must have received the possession order under the 1977 Act. I just wanted an outsider perspective on my family life situation and how the owner is selling the house after verbally renting an agreement with my grandmother, she and I this place for 28 years, with my recently deceased grandfather. he explained that he would give her a price and that he would give her the first chance to buy the property before putting it on the market and to have lawyers you know all the legal aspects that, in the face of this global epidemic, sounded like a good idea. Well, we don`t even know a week later that he addresses my grandmother (79 years old) and tells her that they bring a real estate lady to walk in the premises. We were delighted to have done so. less than a week later, they call my grandmother and don`t tell her she`s coming to bring potential buyers, to see our place and make an example of procedure. We were never offered the opportunity for a virtual tour. In the face of this epidemic, someone would probably want the same thing. In any case, now she shows the impromptu air has thrown the court because she has permission to landherr to show the rear unity in which no one has lived in 5 years which is certainly not worthy to be lived and which seems to collapse every second.

not to mention mold problems were brought to the owner and I and my father offered to do all the work for a considerable amount less than any business if it supplied the materials.