Hello Susan - Your situation seems frustrating. If parking and parking payment are described in the rental agreement, the terms of the lease are not respected. You can contact your local housing agency to discuss your options in the event of a breach of lease. If the parking lot was separate and was not part of the lease, I would ask for a refund of the amount paid without having the benefit of using it. I would also like to read the parking agreement carefully to see if there are any formulations in your favour that you could use to remind them of the parking agreement. I hope that this is going well for you and that you will have quick access to the reserved car parks. Before or at the beginning of your lease, your landlord must also give you: No, but a landlord usually requires that anyone residing in a rented apartment be mentioned in the rental agreement - either as a tenant or as a tenant. Owners have a right to know how many people live in the apartment and who lives there. This information is important to ensure that minimum housing and health standards are met and that landlords and tenants can fully exercise their rights if they violate their legal obligations. The lease must be signed by all tenants and your landlord. If there are common tenants, each tenant should receive a copy of the agreement. The tenant had repeatedly told the landlord that she and her partner were both working. But the rental court said that under the law, "that`s not the point," and that landlords are simply not allowed to make decisions on the basis of whether you work or not.
The court stated: "The Residents` Rights Act of 1986 and the Human Rights Act of 1993 make it clear that the question of whether a person is employed or receiving a service or VAC is not relevant to rental decisions." In England and Wales, for information on the rights and obligations of tenants and social housing owners, consult our advice on renting by a social housing tenant. You will find information on the rights and obligations of private tenants and landlords in our advice on renting by a private landlord. Leasing services offer a standard rental contract that also includes a form for examining objects (see "Other Resources" at the end of this chapter). Most landlords use this form, but if your landlord does not, you should receive a copy of the tenant administration`s property verification form and ask the landlord to complete it with you as part of the lease. If a person is mentioned as a tenant in the tenancy agreement but has not signed the contract, they still have the rights and obligations set out in the Housing Act. However, if the tenancy agreement contains rights and obligations outside the law, the tenant who has not signed the contract cannot be subject to these provisions. For example, if a tenancy agreement gives a tenant the option to terminate a periodic tenancy agreement with a shorter termination period, or when a tenant has to dig the sidewalks, a tenant who has not signed the contract cannot benefit from the shorter termination period, but cannot be held responsible for the failure to shovel. But a fixed-term lease automatically becomes an indeterminate (periodic) lease when the end date is reached, unless you or the lessor tells the other that you do not want the lease to continue, or unless the two of you agree on something else, such as another fixed-term lease. If you move to a new location that you rent, the law says that the lessor must provide you with a written lease and that the contract must deal with certain issues.
If your lease was started or renewed on Or after March 20, 2019, your landlord may also have a legal responsibility to ensure that your home is fit to live. This is called "fit for human habitation." For managers and landlords who do not use electronic signatures, they can send a rental agreement to tenants s