I resigned him in May a few days ago, and I received a response from an agent I haven`t spoken to yet, that the property was not being managed and that I needed to talk to the owner. After the owner ignored my messages for two days, I called him, he apologized for being busy at work, but he had seen my messages. I quickly explained the situation to him, and he seemed understanding and ready to work with us. A few hours later, he sent me an email saying that he had spoken to the agency and that they had advised him to make sure the deal was executed. This is totally against what I was told in February. Since February, I have organized my move abroad, and now I am told that I would have to pay for an additional 3 months of rent for a period when I will not even be in the house. I took a 12 month lease (in Scotland) I intended to stay for this time and longer I made a lot of improvements, broken lights repaired and heaters, bought loft insulation, renovated (with permission), etc. Anyway, my partner from whom I am separated (he is not and has never been my tenant) entered the house and terrorized me, I finally tried to kill myself, I fled and the police advised me to leave which I did, but I can not afford to pay the remaining 6 months of rent, because I am disabled and I receive housing allowances, but my husband knows that I went to pick me up and made me a lot of threats online, and I cannot stay with friends or family because it is not safe. Can I legally leave the house and not be held responsible for the full rent that I like to pay more than willingly for a notice rent. A periodic lease is a periodic monthly or weekly lease, depending on how often you pay your rent to your landlord. Your landlord can only increase the rent if your temporary lease is converted into a periodic rental agreement, if: Write to the landlord to tell them you want to leave. Let me know as much as possible. Try to get your consent in writing.
If the landlord does not agree, you can still end your rental by undressing and returning the keys. Understanding your rights and obligations related to terminating a lease can help you achieve your goals while avoiding potential legal problems. „You should have defended your position regarding the dismissal of the tenancy and told them that if they did not want to move in, it was their choice and that they were going to send the case back to you to verify, release it“ Copy and add what I wrote, go to a lawyer and ask them, give them a price to turn this into a simple unilateral agreement (with all the proposed changes as they are) B. Your paid advisor). Accept this advice quickly. They were hit by a scam. That`s how it goes. She has an address now. She can show a residency for 3 months since she has an agreement. She can prove that she has met your conditions. Depending on the date this happened, she can always trace this agreement and return to the property if necessary. My bet is that she or someone passes for the post, or that she will put mail directly on her mail.
Everything returns to the post office with steps at this address in BIG characters. Some steps you need to take. Contact the police as soon as possible and inform them. Contact Immigration. Call the DHSS hotline for fraud. If she is honest, the reviews will prove that it is her. I guess she in principle uses the address as a hosting address to get everything from student status to false claims from DHSS or worse.