Most rental contracts are now safe, short, so that in most situations where tenants remain after the end of the fixed term, they have a legal periodic rent. I have leased a commercial property for the last five years, we have not signed a contract in the last 2.5 years due to wet problems on the property we have tried. Many opportunities to solve. My partner left because of the problems we have, and I have to leave the property because I can no longer run my business there. I spoke today with my landlord, who agreed to let me go on 03.04.2018, and then an email informed me that he did not agree with the oral agreement and that I had to cancel three months. Is my rental agreement now legally a periodic contract (monthly rent) since there are no rollover clauses or other clauses to say anything else? So confused, I leave a department store because the premises are not suitable and my owner threatens me with a lawsuit if I leave. Any helpful advice would be fantastic. While there are a number of advantages, there are also drawbacks associated with a legal periodic lease. That`s right: Simon, very happy that you took the trouble to react. Who legal currently study all the documents and communication that makes exactly the same points of you.
You said that the rents of Seven-Oct may not be necessary, because the lease could be terminated by the absence of “x” of the property for 10 days and like you regardless of the real reason for its absence. We have proposed by e-mail to “take” the rent of Seven Oct, provided that she accepts that the rent is now finished. She refused! All the others agree that my “Notice to Quit” served has been properly exchanged and legally, so I don`t know what it is until other than trying to press the rent from us that won`t sink as long as `x` occupies the property. I have information that this lady is a member of the legal profession who has frightened the other tenants. If this is true, is this appropriate behaviour appropriate for a lawyer? Essentially, check with the supplier you are using to secure the down payment, if you need to re-protect the down payment if the lease becomes periodic. What an agreement says and what the lease really is may be different. For example, your landlord may say that the contract is not a lease, but an “occupancy license.” Benefits of a lease As a general rule, a lease is beneficial to both parties and is therefore used in almost all cases. As a landlord, you know that you have a tenant for a fixed period, usually 6 months with an Assured Shorthold lease (AST).