Can You Rent Without A Tenancy Agreement

Hello I really need help I live in the apartment on 25Juli 2015 and pay £500 regular rent per month I am trsnsgender my landlord harsing me on my sex of 6 monh I did not write embitterment it bothers me to leave the apartment what can I do please help me and call me 07946403053 nicky dutta An oral agreement can also be changed. The change will usually also be verbal. In case of dispute, proof of the change can be made if: Hello, I need help??? I rent a house with two bedrooms and they have been living there for over 6 years and there has been no contract or deposit. I told them in November that they had to leave, and now it`s February, the woman told me that according to the law they could live there without paying rent for 3 months. It`s been 3 months since they were told to leave and they took some stuff out of the house, but still lived there without paying rent!! What must I do???? While a tenant always has rights and safeguards, landlords should not allow a tenant to live on their property if there is no written agreement, as they are exposed to significant risk. It must not contain terms that could be “unfair”. This means, for example, that the rental agreement must not put you in an unfavourable situation, allow a party to unilaterally change conditions without a valid reason or irrevocably bind you to conditions with which you have not been able to familiarize yourself. An unfair term is not legally valid and cannot be applied. For tenants who do not even have an oral agreement with their landlord, they are still protected by law as long as they regularly pay their rent, as this recognizes that there is a rental agreement. As a general rule, a rental agreement can only be changed if you and your landlord agree. If you both agree, the amendment must be recorded in writing, either by drafting a new written document outlining the terms of the lease, or by amending the existing written lease.

Don`t worry if you haven`t received a formal written lease document from your landlord, in some cases an oral agreement is made between a landlord and a tenant, and although they are not ideal, they are still governed by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. I lived in a house for a year without hot water, no heating, no double glazed window in my room, my switch is in front of my door, a stove without a lighter on it.. . .