If no new temporary lease or renewal documents are signed, the lease continues on this periodic basis. If your landlord wants you to leave, they should inform you in a certain way, including certain information and warnings. It depends on the nature of the lease and its terms. If the lessor wishes to increase the rent as part of the renewal process, he or she should reach an agreement with you on the terms and conditions that would involve the rental fee before the extension is signed. HI, we just agreed to rent a property and spent money for references etc. but changed the terms/signing of the lease and its all. 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. Thanks at this point, the lease will be completed for all parties, unless the lease says otherwise. If the other tenants stay and pay the same rent, it will not be simple business as usual, since the lease that existed before has been terminated with its terms. At the end of the notice period, some tenants prefer to extend the tenancy agreement for an additional limited period of time. The advantage is the longer-term security and the knowledge of each other, where the other party is. This is particularly common for families with school-aged children, where renewal is a sign of commitment and planning for the future. However, most contracts indicate that they can operate for a certain period of time and then continue to run on a periodic or rolling basis after that period, unless either party terminates it. If your contract says such a thing, it`s probably a good idea to let your landlord know that you`ll be leaving at the end of the deadline. You must do so in writing and you must ensure that the owner receives your letter or email at least 4 weeks before the end of the lease. You can try to reach an agreement with your landlord to terminate your lease, for example, if: Cardifflandlord is right in the sense that a lease can normally be for any period.
However, I think the tenant has the right to stay in a property for at least 6 months from the time a « new » lease is signed (I think that`s what the Council tried to say when it doesn`t fully understand the law). For example, even if the lease is 2 months (which is still legitimate), a landlord cannot force the tenant to leave until 6 months have elapsed. A tenant has the legal right to remain in the bond for at least 6 months. What you can do depends on the text of your agreement with the agent. Since they wrote it, it probably gives them a ridiculous amount of freedom to act without consulting you, but it`s worth going through them to check. They have either a « fixed lease agreement » that ends on a given date, or a « periodic lease » that only continues monthly or weekly.B.