I`ve been renting a property for six years. The initial agreement – a guaranteed short-term rent – was with a group of tenants who were young professionals and all friends. Among other things, the original agreement provided that the rent would be due each month, with the agreed amount going to the entire house with a maximum of five tenants at any given time. The legal procedure for increasing the rent is to propose a rent increase in writing or on a specific form. However, it does not seem that your tenant is pernickety because it has not been done properly, just not willing to pay more. Although the lease expires next month, you still need to file a full two-month notice. You can write it yourself and specify the “two-month” notice period provided for in Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (amended in 1996) from……………. to ablauf……………. If you reside after that date, I intend to obtain a court order that entrusts the property. They should also contain a paragraph telling the tenant that they can get legal advice or stick to advice to citizens. I leave a three-bedroom house with a guaranteed short-term rental contract to my husband, wife and son at the age of 22, in a full-time job and live at home long term. Do I include this son in the lease or does he become the license holder of his parents? I`m afraid it may not be an apartment to rent at Shorthold Insurance, because the maximum rental value is $25,000 – your property is much more.
I would see a lawyer to make sure the right deal is done. I understand your concerns for your daughter, but I think the owner can insist. Of course, she doesn`t have to comply – but she would almost certainly have a message from the landlord to finish if her lease did. Right now, where personal safety is a subject like that, it seems ridiculous that the owner wants to put them in danger, but some owners prefer money because the cheques can jump — maybe he has had bad experiences with someone. It doesn`t help your daughter. The tenants were good tenants and pay their rent on time, which makes it worse. I know it`s my fault and I feel bad, but I don`t know what to do. Can I terminate the lease prematurely? We rented a ground floor apartment in Fulham for two years and moved out on August 31st. During the last six to eight months of the lease, the owner renovated the upstairs apartment, which he also owns. It was to build scaffolding in our garden (which we had to use alone) and at the front of the apartment (in front of the living room window). The scaffolding in the garden meant we couldn`t use the garden. My wife and I are new to renting and we are troubled by what to do at the end of guaranteed short-term leases.
Should they be renewed at six intervals per month? If not, will they automatically be converted into term leases? I think the veiled threat involves telling you that no one knows of the bond you paid is really unpleasant and I sincerely hope you paid by check, so you have written proof of what it received. Keep the rental card safe and let it go for that — I don`t think it has much chance. I suggest that she did not sign the license agreement, which invalidates the licensing agreement, so I think you have a very good chance of winning it. I have heard it so many times — you let a friend think that a lease is not necessary. Unfortunately, in 1992, if you didn`t have a written lease, you did give your tenant a secure rental agreement that offers much more security than a guaranteed short-term rent.