I arrived outside the dwelling, but I did not enter it, and then, because of the behavior of the “tenant”, I was texted from inside the dwelling to “Call Police”, I first did this the police were helpful, but after talking to the tenant, I became aggressive with me and said that I was disgusting not to allow the lease, Because there`s a background story I don`t know, and they won`t tell me. Tenants earn more than 60k plus three times what I do (I`m not a social service) The police told me to get all their refunds and they would leave (the agent was on vacation now and couldn`t do it and wasn`t holding all the funds not me) To escalate this situation, I went and then I gave all the money to the family member who came in to give them (in front of the police) they refused the money and the family member found out that they had moved in completely and were not going anywhere, and he came outside to inform me of what was going on inside, I didn`t go. You had said that they had never refused the property (they refused the ownership of four different people, the agents employed office) If your initial fixed term is over and you have not yet signed a new fixed-term lease, you can terminate your rental agreement by indicating the termination amount indicated in your rental agreement. However, if you sign a new fixed-term contract, you are again responsible for the full rent for that term. If your tenant has a secure short-term rental agreement (AST), you usually have the right to repossess your property without justification, as long as: My rental agents called and told me that the lease would not be renewed 24/2/18 and that I would have to look for a new property that I found and can move in at the end of December, I will be responsible for the rental until the end of the rental? There is no damage, so in the Due my Depot Back Ive also got un repaired repairs If your landlord doesn`t let you get a new tenant, you can always terminate your rental agreement prematurely. You may be willing to pay a portion of the rent for what remains of your fixed term. For example, if you still have 3 months for your fixed-term contract, your landlord might agree that you only pay 2 months of rental instead. If your fixed joint tenancy agreement has an interruption clause, you must get all tenants to agree to the termination of the lease, unless your agreement provides otherwise. The wording of the interruption clause determines how to inform the tenant and indicates the notice period you must grant. As a rule, it must be in writing and owners must always terminate at least two months in advance (although they also cannot recover ownership of the property within the first four months of the lease). If no interruption clause is mentioned in the contract and the lessor refuses to terminate prematurely, the tenant is contractually obliged to pay you the rent for the entire duration of the fixed period. Check your lease to see if you need to have the property professionally cleaned. Landlords may be legitimately entitled to the tenant`s deposit, especially if the tenant left without the landlord`s permission and did not have an interruption clause.
While surety companies like TDS can decide if a tenant disagrees with the landlord`s decision to keep a bond, they can`t handle claims….