What If There Is No Rent Agreement

Hello, I have a “school friend” tenant who does not pay her rent on time. When she moved in, I asked for 500 a month, but she couldn`t afford it, so I dropped it to 450. I did not request a deposit or a month in advance. She signed an annual lease, but 4 years later she hasn`t signed the new 1 she`s had for a few years. But every time I ask her to sign it, she never does and always says that it needs to be sorted and it needs to be sorted around the house. She pays the rent in bits n bobs, but I`m still payable so I don`t go into debt. I am now expecting almost £800. Yes, you still have to pay rent if there is no rental agreement. If there is no written lease but an oral agreement, it is valid if your rental is one year or less. If there is no verbal agreement or written lease, it means that you have a monthly tenancy after approval and you have to pay the rent monthly. To avoid confusion, you should ideally pay the rent on the first day of each month. There is no grace period to pay the rent, and you can be evicted for non-payment, so it`s important to track payments if you can.

As a general rule, you should inform your landlord 30 days in advance before moving. However, if you pay the rent more than once a month in a monthly tenancy, some states allow you to give a shorter notice period equal to the interval at which you pay the rent. Some leases and leases have specific rules about when a tenant can make a notification, so you need to check if this type of rule applies to you. In Maine, for example, landlords in a will can evict tenants without giving reasons, but they must give 30 days` written notice of the planned eviction. But in certain circumstances, which include serious damage to the premises, being a nuisance to neighbors, being a perpetrator of domestic violence or sexual assault, and having at least seven days of rent arrears, a landlord can give a tenant seven days` notice to leave for a rental agreement in the state of Maine. Hello. I rented my current apartment on February 28, 2015 WITH a signed contract of 12 months. At the end of the first year of rental, I just called my landlord and told her that I would like to continue in the apartment and she accepts. .

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