Hello, a friend of mine just said she has to leave her private home in two days, she has run out of hot water for more than 6 months and the property is quite wet, she asked her owner to fix the boiler and moisture problems, and he never did, she asked for advice and they send someone to inspect the property in 2 days. , her landlord learned and told her that he wanted her out in 2 days, she has no lease and no real proof of rent, does she have any rights? She has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour and has two young children, but her landlord is tenacious that she must leave The only way, like my friend or another tenant, can be « forced » from a lease during the fixed term if the landlord has reasons for eviction (for example. B rent arrears), in this case, the tenant must receive notice according to Section 8. … The tenant, who is even considering a tacit rent, has not been changed so that, therefore, an oral rent can be put in place after the inclusion of Section 4-B in the law and that the… Section 4-B of the Act, after such insertion, there can be no oral rent that was concluded after 1956 when section 4-B,… verbal rent and that a tenant can, as part of a tacit verbal agreement, assert the benefits of the law, despite the fact that section 4-B of the law has not been respected… Hello, I`m renting a condo in front of the council in a downtown that`s dying on my feet. I do not have a written agreement or an oral agreement.
I have some rent arrears, I contacted the council to see if they would reduce the rent to help me temporarily in my situation and they just said « no ». Close in 12 months Weekly stores, and the city council saw fit to bring 8 hairdressers into our small town. I have a hairdresser myself and the board put one right next to me. I don`t earn much a few weeks, I have to put my salary to pay the rent. Arrears are what keeps me from leaving because I have a mortgage, I don`t want them to take it away from me, because I`ve worked hard, and it`s my kids if something happens to me. Please, if someone can give me advice, I would be b very grateful x If an oral lease ends in court, the judge can sometimes make a reasonable decision based on clues.