Once you sign the agreement, it will be binding. That means honoring it. In the same way, the owner must respect its end. That is why we have agreements to protect ourselves. Imagine how angry you would be if the shoe was on the other foot. The owner took your deposit after you signed the contract and then all the sudden calls you say he changed his mind and gives way to someone else. You would be angry because he committed to signing the agreement. The tenants signed the lease on June 9 and paid the deposit. Tenant countries move as of July 1 and the first month`s rent were due on June 1 or before June 1 before receiving the keys. However, if you live somewhere, the deposit can never be used to cover the rent, it must be returned to the tenant at the end of the lease period. If you are in this situation, it is likely that you will have to go to a civil court to resolve the non-payment of rent and the task of real estate.
But if you leave prematurely without your landlord`s consent, they could take legal action to recover your rent. The court will decide whether or not you should pay the money to your landlord. Your landlord should try to rent the property again, if they do, they can also rent a non-fee fee. Ultimately, this means that a tenant`s credit could be affected by the fact that they withdraw from a lease if they do not make an acceptable decision with the landlord or if they do not pay their taxes owing. However, the lawyer said my lease says it is not refundable because he says it is refunded as long as the following conditions are met… one of the conditions is that they are not late in their lease and another part of the leasing periods that they must fix for 30 days. It is a strange situation, because they have not yet moved in, because they informed me before moving in, but two weeks after signing the lease, they would not move in. Hello there, I signed a 1 year lease with effect on July 1st and paid the deposit with 1 month`s rent, but my landlord will not give me the keys, every day he would apologize for different reasons, so I renew the lease with my current landlord after waiting 3 days with the fear that I would leave after June 30 if he refused to provide the keys.
Now that I told him that I had renewed the lease in my current location, he said that he would sue me and that I would be responsible for the rent for the whole year. Please advise! I sincerely hope that the landlord is not crazy enough to break a lease because he “doesn`t like” the tenant.