In Scotland, your landlord must, in most cases, present a written lease. In particular, your landlord must submit a written lease if you are a tenant of a dwelling in the public sector or if you are an insured or briefly insured tenant of a private lessor. Don`t feel pressured to leave or sign a new agreement. Therefore, if the tenants remain in the property and no extension is signed, there will be a periodic lease. How does this happen? There are basically three options: I rent a property that was promoted for £725 a month, I occupied the property for 9 months, I received a call from the rental agency that the deal I signed was for £750 a month, they are now trying to claim the difference from me, I always have a copy of the ad, Where I am! Hello, we just agreed to rent a property and we spent money on references etc., but we came to the terms and conditions / signing of the lease and everything changed. We agreed to take the property for one year, and it was promoted on rightmove, with the clause “Is offered first for 6 months, then from month to month. The accommodation is available from the beginning of September 2015 for an occupation of 6 months to 2 years”, so we did not think about it, but now they have presented us with a 12-month agreement (no exit clause). We don`t want to sign that. Life is life, things happen, and I`m not at all happy to legally bind myself and money at 12 months without recurrence. We don`t want to lose ownership either! Can we insist on what was promoted and what we were told first? I don`t want to lose the money we`ve already spent on referrals/etc.! Any advice would be much appreciated.
We have to sign tomorrow, so please, if anyone can answer tomorrow before noon, that would be really grateful. Thank you very much, I was a student, but I withdrew from my course because I was no longer interested. I had booked a student room that I was to move into towards the end of September 2015. I cancelled the room at the end of August 2015. I never signed and returned the lease because I had already decided that I would not go back to university. You asked me to pay the first amount of £1650.32, but I never signed the rental agreement, I only accepted the offer of the room online and paid £1 as acomphement which they said on the phone “I accept their terms and conditions of sale”. I have already spoken on the phone with them and explained that I only work part-time and that, in any case, I was struggling to live off my current salary. Me and my family have never been rich and we fight every day and we can`t physically afford to pay that much money. They told me I could apply for the room to move in, then she would pick me up, and I wouldn`t have to pay, and they offered to promote the room. You also said that I could start paying small bits per month, but I explained that it would only be a maximum of £25 per month, since that`s all I can afford, taking into account the everyday things I have to pay for, the trips and the board to pay are the most expensive. I need help and advice on everything I can say to the dorms when I call them back to explain my circumstances, because I feel like I`m in a little mess.
Please help, Stacey If your contract states that it starts on one specific date and ends on another date, you probably won`t have to make a written message to your landlord.. . . .