With several types of rental booths out there, variations for new tenants and landlords can become confusing. So what is a periodic rent? Hello, I have a question, I would be grateful for some advice. I rented my property and the lease expired on April 11, 2015. A new agreement has not yet been signed, but I have to go back. Can I ask tenants to move within 2 months? Or do I have to sign a six-month lease and wait for it to expire? Questions: What happens when an AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy) comes to an end? Does the tenant have to leave or do they have to sign a new contract? What if a tenant wants to leave prematurely? How long can a periodic lease last? When my lease was “for renewal,” I specifically asked, and it was pointed out to me that the only options for a 6-month or one-year extension were. At the time, I didn`t know my lease was going to be periodic. Guaranteed short-term rents are the most common and apply to most private rents with a rental date from January 15, 1989. Most guaranteed short-term leases start with a fixed period of 6 or 12 months. If you are a common tenant, you should discuss what you want to do with other clients (see: england.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/private_renting/how_to_end_a_joint_tenancy) A periodic tenancy agreement is a term lease that runs for a fixed period, usually from month to month. Regular leases can also be executed from week to week or quarterly, although this is less common. Cardifflandlord is right in that a lease can normally be for any period. However, I think the tenant has the right to stay in a property for at least 6 months from the time a “new” lease is signed (I think that`s what the Council tried to say when it doesn`t fully understand the law).
For example, even if the lease is 2 months (which is still legitimate), a landlord cannot force the tenant to leave until 6 months have elapsed. A tenant has the legal right to remain in the bond for at least 6 months. Hello I would really like to have some constructive reflections on my difficult situation bought by me total disaster a few years ago, I had had a limited company offering sale and rent in return I created a contract option with the rental back as a duration that we all signed the agreement, which we rented 70% of the real estate value and seller, but in fact I did not ask for the property I asked a friend to do So I told my friend that the contract I had with the sellers was zero and not avowed, so he accepted the agreement, I did not tell the seller this since we used our own lawyers , it seemed easy to avoid telling them something What my friend received, the seller paid the mortgage, and the debts they had attached to the property, I myself sent the land registry forms to the seller to sign, and when I sent it back, I sent it to the land registry in my friends details as a new owner, but I run a management company and offered to manage the property for my friend, until recently, when the rent returned term in force the seller asked me about it, so I told him it was zero and non-liquid and no money would come his way and after a few emails between us he discovered that I did not own his property and I told him that if he persisted in trying to get him , for whom I should not, I would give so many words to my friend to get it out, I thought it would discourage them, but obviously I did not dig a deeper hole for me and do not really know, what to do, they made me action frauds also hmrc and a number of other organizations too to mention, I know I could face a huge problem especially fraud, but I have a big wallet and I have a lot to lose and maybe jail when they stop paying the rent and I have to take them for small claims they would have a counter-action for fraud, I would like to know how to avoid these always , as they were advised by a criminal lawyer to report me, so I remember if I receive legal advice