However, at the end of the two-month notice period, the agent issued a letter of legal renewal of the exercise rent. The letter had a specific clause that “your landlord is still required to question in writing for at least two months.” If you do not sign a new fixed-term contract, the lease becomes by default a legal term lease. Your landlord may not require you to have another fixed term, but she can terminate the lease with a two-month delay via section 21, so it`s really only a question of whether you`re willing to take the risk of having to find something new in the relatively short term if the landlord gets the bump and decides to replace you sooner rather than later with a longer-term tenant. A rental agreement can usually only be changed if she and your landlord agree. If you agree to both, the change must be recorded in writing, either by the establishment of a new written document specifying the terms of the lease agreement, or by amending the existing written lease. Now consider the pros and cons of a lease: 1) If the term is the form “X months, then continues monthly,” then the lease continues. 2) If the term is in the form of “X months”, the lease expires at the end of the period and becomes either a new legal term lease (if no new contract is signed), or a new lease 9 when a new contract is signed). A periodic rent is a rent that runs weekly or monthly without a deadline. If the broker`s contract with you is only for the original lease and not on a follow-up contract, then I would say that the Housing Act 1988 stipulates that the lease expires at the end of the fixed term, and all that follows is a new lease, and that is what you understood in the clause. You cannot cancel a temporary rent. You should make sure that a fixed deadline is right for you before signing the agreement. There are obligations that you and your landlord have that are not stipulated in the contract, but are set by law and are incorporated into all leases.

These terms are part of the contract, even if they have not been explicitly agreed between you and your landlord. I don`t know if anyone can help me, but I hope someone can do it. My husband and I are in a very bad situation. Until yesterday, we were both working for the same small business (I was fired yesterday, but I`m taking legal advice for unfair dismissal) My husband is here, but today the boss has done some things that probably boil down to an unfair dismissal), but he`s also our landlord.