The last argument we had in March was about the “guests” who brought her to the apartment and told me that there would be loud noises during her visit and that I had to deal with them. I told her once again that she should entertain her guests in her room and not limit the common space of the house. Then she literally told me to accept it or leave the apartment. Of course, I didn`t because I told her that we clearly have the same rights in the property and that she can`t kick me out if she feels like it, especially at night for 6 hours when she brings boys home. Note: I checked my lease and there are no clear rules and definitions for customers, visitors, how long they should stay, etc. Your guests usually stay from 1 day to 3-4 days a week. And if I`m not in the apartment (on business trips or holidays, etc.), I know they stay even longer. If the tenant wishes to terminate the tenancy agreement before or after the expiry of its fixed term, the tenant can send the landlord at least one calendar month in writing or mail it to the first class in which he wishes to leave the property, provided that this termination can only expire at the end of the seventh month of the tenancy agreement or at the end of the fixed tenancy period. Again, thank you, no idea of the HMO thing, (my fundamental understanding is that it`s the same thing as the tenant is common.) Leech is not on rent, so has not changed, the actual rent only helped to break it. Still looking for my release from the prison map.
It seems to me that your landlord is actually violating the agreement, he will indicate the names of the tenants and most tenants have rules about customers, how long they can stay, etc. You should therefore look for a clause that gives you an outcome to the agreement, it can only say, for a tenancy agreement that began after October 1, 2015, where the original deposit was protected on time and the IP was issued on time, so it is considered served if that lease becomes SPT , that is, if the tenancy agreement expires and the tenants remain in ownership. But to make it unfair, you would have shown that you had taken a different approach, that is. You would not have signed a lease or renewed your lease, and you would have effectively evacuated the property if you had known the real circumstances or if unfair business practices had not taken place.