The last argument we had in March was about the “guests” who brought her into the apartment and told me that there would be noise during her visit and that I had to deal with it. I told him once again to entertain his guests in his room and not to restrict the common space in the house. She told me to accept it or leave the apartment. Of course, I didn`t because I told her that we clearly have the same rights in housing and she can`t throw me when she feels like it, especially at night for 6 hours when she brings boys home. Note: I have checked my lease and there are no clear rules and definitions for customers, visitors, how long to stay, etc. Your guests usually stay from 1 day to 3-4 days a week. And if I`m not in the apartment (on a business trip or vacation, etc.), I know they`ll stay even longer. If you contact me via the forum (mail details 202), I can see your rental and suggest a way forward. In the event that the tenant wishes to renounce the rental without the agreement of the lessor, the tenant is contractually obliged to pay the rent for the entire duration of the fixed term. If the landlord wants the tenant to evacuate prematurely while the tenant is not interested, the landlord cannot make the property available prematurely without reason for evacuation.
It would be nice if you could look at the contract to see if I can use the pause clause, the only thing I can see that joins us is that it says “the tenant acknowledges that the rental and tenancy obligations are due jointly and heavily by all tenants” with regard to the deposit, It depends on the agreements. If both agreements were for the same tenants and the same property and if it is the DPS deposit system, the deposit is properly protected. If one of the first two is not filled, it should have been protected again. Otherwise, if it is the insured system, you will have to consult the general conditions of the system or consult the DPS. This is sometimes referred to as the exercise or activation of the termination clause. An S21 would only be valid if there was an interruption clause in the lease agreement and the corresponding conditions were met. Let`s be clear, in Britain you cannot be evicted without a court order, if you stay in real estate when your tenancy expires, a new lease called statutory Periodic Tenancy is created. You can send your letter by e-mail if your rental agreement so provides….