Hello, I rented a room from one lady a week for about 2 mos. I have never signed a contract that I mentioned for legal purposes, we need one, but never a contract. I was away for two weeks, but I was still working, and while I was gone, she said that someone had knocked on her door, where I had not seen any damage and that all my valuables were stolen. She didn`t say a word to me until I got home and found everything. 60″ LG Plasma TV, my laptop, about 2,000.00 in tools, and a few other objects I have the series #s on TV and some tools maybe even laptop. If tenants remain in the labour market, in most cases, when no new temporary lease or “renewal” has been signed, once the temporary lease contract is completed, a new “periodic” lease is automatically established in its place. I have never asked for an interruption clause and I have never been asked if I want to include one. The previous tenant was an absolute nightmare that was resigned under section 21. We have learned a lot of lessons with these tenants and there is no way that after such a bad experience, we will one day conclude a two-year fixed-term contract. It`s a good idea to let your landlord know you`re planning to leave, even if it`s not mentioned in your agreement. If there is an interruption clause in the rental agreement, your landlord can let you know. However, your landlord does not have a guaranteed property right for the first 6 months of the lease. This type of periodic tenancy is called a “legal” periodic lease – because it was created by law, i.e.
section 5 of the Housing Act 1988. If someone halp when I moved into my new house, I signed a lease for 580, the landlord came later and said I would pay for more apartment, I wouldn`t say he said we`re going to do a new 1 for 880 in and see, now they`re not going to pay, as I said, that they would not be, now he says, Since the rent is not paid, he takes me to court, where am I A periodic lease continues under the same conditions and you should pay your rent as usual. It will run monthly or weekly depending on how often your rent was due for the fixed term. Hello, I have to leave my lease prematurely due to poor health and the accommodation is not suitable, as it has 4 stairs and I recently suffered from breathing difficulties and arthritis. The Council said they would give me a bungalow, which will make it easier for me, but the landlord says I have to pay for the remaining 5 years on the lease. . . .