I rent a room to a «friend» who was a little away recently and her mother, in who whon`s name is, was a complete cow. I feel like they 1. Ask me to move or 2.Move my belongings during a work trip. Nothing was signed and no agreed terms, I said no later than 6 months. I pay a direct debit from her account every month and she asked me to give her 1 month`s rent if I wanted to move. Please, can tell me what rights I have, I am afraid they will go through my room. Last night, while I was away, she even let her friend sleep in my room without asking me. I really need advice. Thank you It is therefore generally in the interest of the landlord and tenant to have a written lease to ensure that both parties understand their rights and obligations. A written agreement also avoids disputes over what was contained in the oral agreement. Even if your agreement is not in writing, your landlord must provide you with the same services that landlords offer to tenants with written leases.

The doctor supported the story and will say that at the time of the illness, etc. my mother was not in a proper condition for signing anything! I wonder if we could do something to fix things because it`s so bad for me. Should my father stop paying the mortgage? My sister and husband haven`t been in the house for over ten years! Hello, I really need help I live in the apartment from 25 years old. July 2015 and pay £500 regular rent per month I am trsnsgenre my landlord harassing me on my sex of the last 6 monh I have no angry writing he harasses me to leave the apartment, what can I do please help me and call me 07946403053 nicky dutta A lease can be verbal or written. It is the same as a lease. With an oral lease, you and the landlord agree that you can rent a dwelling, but their agreement is not in writing. An oral lease is always enforceable. An oral lease is created when the following three measures take place: If you are disabled, your landlord may need to change the lease if a term of the contract means that your situation is worse than that of a non-disabled person. Your agreement might say you have a certain type of rental – but the type of rental you actually have may be different. Your landlord can only charge you rent if they`ve given you their name and address – it doesn`t matter if you have a written lease or not.

I was just evicted from the mother-in-law for whom I was paying rent. The landlords knew I was staying and I have been paying rent (to MIL), internet (direct), food and other bills since I moved in 7 months ago. She told me I had 2 days to move until I got paid. .