If you have a written agreement, it should set out the rights and obligations you have during the tenancy and list the conditions you and your landlord must comply with while you live there. Read it carefully before signing it and ask the owner to clarify anything you are not sure about. Certain rights and obligations apply regardless of what is written in the agreement. Your landlord can`t take away your basic rights by simply not giving you written consent. The rules apply to everyone who rents a house and does not need to be written down. However, oral agreements can be more difficult to enforce in the event of a dispute, so it`s worth asking your landlord to do so in writing. It is in their interest and in yours interest to ensure that both parties understand their rights and duties. If you have a temporary rental agreement (for example.B. for one year), you can only terminate for the limited time if your rental agreement states that it is allowed.

The termination period you must grant depends on what is in your rental agreement. It is the responsibility of one of the parties to respect the agreement in a safe place, as it may be necessary to mention this during the lease. Safe tenants have the security of the property. This means that the rental agreement can only be interrupted in a certain way (and the tenants distributed) (see § 82 HA 1985): for more information on the rental deposit guarantee, please see: www.gov.uk/tenancy-deposit-protection/overview It is always possible to assign a lease. . . .