3. G.L.c 183, §3. «An inheritance or participation in land created without a written deed signed by the licensor or his lawyer shall have the force and effect of an inheritance only after authorization. But now, just a few days after I left, my parents tried to chase him away to pay the deposit, and he refuses to repay it, on the grounds that the £250 was to cover the «damage» on his carpet. However, as I said, there was never a written agreement, but even if it was implied by an oral agreement, he had never told me that I had to pay for the cleaning fee (by the way, he had the opportunity to call a cleaning service if he had wanted and if I had paid for it, but it was so insignificant that one could not even see a visible stain, even the one on a few small spots on the carpet). I moved to a place without signing an agreement and made agreements to pay the owner. Before the payment, she challenged me and changed the locks with my belongings in the house. I called the police, but they advised me to act by holding on. I asked what would happen if I jumped out of the window and stayed until I found a new place where they wouldn`t have a comment.
What can I do and how do I do it? Tenants who have permission from their landlords but do not have leases usually have a rental agreement after authorization. These rentals are sometimes called «monthly» or «by agreement» agreements, in the absence of a formal contract that sets the duration of the lease. A friend of mine was just told that she has to leave her private house in two days, she has not had hot water for more than six months, and the property is quite humid, she asked her owner to solve the boiler and humidity problems, and he never did, she asked for advice and they send someone, to inspect the property in 2 days, its owner discovered it and told her that he wanted to take her out in 2 days, she has no lease and no real proof of rents, does she have any rights? She has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour and has two young children, but her landlord insists that she own a council commercial building in a downtown city centre that is dying on her legs. I do not have a written or oral agreement. I have some rent arrears, I contacted the Board to see if they were going to reduce the rent to help me temporarily in my situation, and they just said «no». In 12 months, the shops are closing every week and the Council has seen fit to bring 8 hairdressers to our small town. I myself have a hairdresser and the Council has put one right next to mine. I don`t earn much and I have to use my salary for a few weeks to pay the rent. It is the residue that prevents me from leaving, since I have a mortgage, I do not want them to take it from me, since I have worked hard and it is to my children that something happens to me. Please, if someone can give me some advice, I would be very grateful x Yes, a landlord can evict you if there is no lease. If there is no written rental agreement, it is possible that you have an oral agreement based on an oral agreement with the owner.
This oral agreement and its conditions are valid and enforceable if the duration of the rental is less than or equal to one year. If there is no lease, written or oral, a landlord can still distribute to you. This is due to the fact that the absence of a lease means that you are in a monthly rental agreement after payment and you have to pay the rent monthly or more often if you have a contract at this price. However, a landlord usually has to terminate your lease. («evacuation») means the opening of expulsion proceedings if you do not comply with the notification. A landlord cannot legally distribute you without a court order, whether or not you have a lease.) In 2011, we made an oral agreement with my father-in-law and started paying the rent to own the house when they moved to St. Louis. .