We have been renting in our apartment for a little over a year. The first year of short-term rent expired at the end of May. We then signed a second (new) short-term lease that will cover next year (from June 1). Back in the 1970s, when students returned to their parents` homes in the summer, they were going to leave a few things with the landlord and pay (I know because I did) withholding half the usual rent to insure the property for the return. However, the owner would rent the room to summer tourists or other. Our agents have asked us to sign the lease of an apartment that we rent. This had already been signed by the tenants who moved. But they added a handwritten clause that gives them the right to use the apartment “without paying all the royalties” – as the tenants said – for occasional photo shoots needed to advertise their fashion jewelry store. Regular rent recovery means that you have obtained the original lease without creating a new lease. If this agreement was reached before February 28, 1997, you can use a s21 message looking for possession.
The fact that an agreement is not signed will make little difference since a lease was created by the acceptance of the rent. I have rented my property to a couple for the last year with a 12-month clause with a 6 month break clause. Before the end of the legislature, I told them that I wanted to extend the agreement. I sent them a lease that they signed and returned before the end of the rental period. The only change I made was a slight reduction in rent to reflect the current state of the market. Since I did not sign the lease, I am right to think that the lease is now a periodic lease and that I can terminate two months and that they are able to terminate a month? I am concerned that I did not inform the tenants of the change of circumstances until after the start of the new mandate, until they had paid their rent in the first month at the new level. Is there a possibility that their first month`s rent payment could have cancelled a new 12-month contract? For more information, see lodgersite.com/INTRO.html and to evaluate your permission to rent a room. As I said above, legal status does not matter as long as they live in your main home.
The rent for the room money remains the same whether you have a tenant or 10; You are only entitled to the first $7,500 (or $4250 for previous years) on the rest of your income. Clearly, the 1977 Rent Act null and void our right as a lessor to impose one month to eliminate others than in the circumstances of the delay by the tenants who are a tenant in the terms of the contract. Can someone ask me about it downstairs? I live in the owner and had two tenants (couple) to stay in the free room. Before they moved in, we agreed (verbally) that I would need 3 weeks of deposit and 3 weeks notice. They made a communication to me on September 4 (because of their family problems, they wanted to go abroad to see their family) and on September 8, they decided to leave the room. I sent them an email on September 7 in which I explained everything. I explained that the notice expires on September 25. I explained that I will try to find someone within their notice period and I will try to return some of their deposit if someone finds before the expiry of their termination (I really wanted to help them). Unfortunately, I couldn`t find anyone and informed them that I couldn`t pay back part of their down payment.
Now they`re harassing me and they`re planning to put me on trial. I firmly believe that I have the right to post bail because they moved on the 4th day after the oral notice.