Verbal Rental Agreement Legal

I lived in a house for a year without hot water, no heating, no double glazing in my room, my switch is in front of my door, a stove without lighter on it….. I told my landlord that I was tired of living in a s… Loch and he told me he wasn`t interested a bit and I told him I didn`t have rent, and he told me he told me I had to go down the next day. I didn`t get a lease from him when I did it urgently, my mother just made a verbal agreement with her landlord, but the next day he said that the agreement is over and that they have five days. Leave, now 3 days (Tuesday) she does not know what to do and we need help. She was not able to have 14 days because on the contract for the lease, there was a clause, she had 5 days to evacuate the premises. She made a verbal agreement and he told her to do it. Is there any legal action we could bring against him? Please, just help, a verbal agreement is as binding as a written lease (but I would never advise to enter into an agreement without a written contract). In my friend`s case, you can`t just tell her to leave with a 4-day delay in the middle of the agreed fixed term simply because there is no written lease.

Although it is a little difficult to prove the agreed end of the lease. In any event, tenants are entitled to at least 2 months` notice (i.e. a legal right) for the duration of the fixed term period, which must be notified under item 21 above. 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 was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor and has two young children, but her landlord is stubborn that she has to leave after the fact, I know it should have been written, but it was an oral agreement, do I have to move today (the last day) or do I have to get 30 days of termination, provided I pay the rent next month? I fired the mother-in-law for whom I paid my rent. The owners knew I would stay and I would pay for rent (at MIL), Internet (directly), food and other bills since I moved in 7 months ago. She told me I had two days to move, which is if I get paid until I get paid. Is that legal? I am pretty sure I have the right to notice 30 days because the owners have agreed to let me verbally pass the lease. I`m legally married. My wife left our apartment two months ago when we separated. she took all her property and entitled him to rental property.

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