At the time, he kept saying, “Oh, that`s good, don`t worry,” etc. after the weeks that followed. He could see that I was very angry, but also that I had literally cleaned the carpet. The color of the carpet was a neutral beige, so the initial stain resembled that of the water spilled on the carpet, because I had removed all the physical remains with paper towels and I had thrown them away accordingly. He even told me that he himself had spilled drinks or water on the carpet many times, so it wasn`t very important. Although, as you can see, there will be a lease, and the parties will always have rights and duties – this is not a satisfactory situation. It would not be easier to enter into a written lease. You don`t need to design one, and you don`t need an expensive lawyer (despite popular beliefs), there are already plenty of resources available. There are hundreds of online sites that offer rental models – just download one and fill it out as a normal form. The fact that a landlord or tenant does not have a written tenancy agreement does not affect any of their legal rights. Both parties are still protected by law or by law.
When we moved into our new home, we allowed an old roommate to use our spare room for a few months from early April until it was sorted. Our agreement was verbal – it is not mentioned on any contract or invoices, however supports 255pcm. The fact that he wants to be here at least until September has changed. The agreement does not suit us now, because a family member is moving to the city, and I want them to live with us instead. As this establishment was only supposed to be temporary, I verbally gave him 6 weeks to move. He wasn`t happy, but I think that`s enough time because it was supposed to be a short-term favor. I was wondering if there was a written explanation that someone advises me to give him as prince of the back for our interview in case it becomes difficult. Thanks Just wanted an outsider perspective on my family life situation and how the owner goes about selling the house, after verbally making a deal with my grandmother, who rented it and I rented this place for 28 years, with my recently deceased grandfather. he explained that he would give her a price and that he would give her the first chance to buy the property before putting it on the market and to have lawyers you know all the legal aspects that, in the face of this global epidemic, sounded like a good idea.
Well, we don`t even know a week later that he addresses my grandmother (79 years old) and tells her that they bring a real estate lady to walk in the premises.