katbh wrote: [date]. We, [name/s on lease] have a valid Tenancy Agreement, signed on [date]. The Agreement was signed by the owner of the property [name] and is valid for [two] years ending on [date]. You do not have ground to terminate the Agreement.
If the matter does not resolve at this stage (and I suspect it will), you will need to go to a lawyer.
Only if the 1st LL ignores you or fails to act. Give him a chance to solve the mess.
Potentially confusing advice. Even if Joe*1 approaches Joe*2 on the street and *2 agrees to rent a flat off *1 that *1 claims he owns, but in fact has no link with at all, *2 still has tenure.PNGMK wrote:1. Firstly establish who exactly owns the apartment. You wouldn't be the first to rent from a non owner.
2. If indeed you have rented from non owners, you're out of luck.
3. If you've rented from a part owner you have some recourse here to go after damages from that part owner if you lose your deposit etc.
Assuming it works as in the UK, they can apply to a court for an eviction order*. This takes time, and everyone is well in the loop of the ramifications.maxsgp wrote:Hi Guys,
thanks for your advice(s). I ll do the letter and send it to the person lawyer.
Do you think that they can kick me out when the time they gave is over?
The supposed second landlord is now coming almost daily to drop letters...
Hopefully this will get settled. soon.
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