This type of lease means that you must continue to pay until the end of the fixed term. It is only possible to terminate your lease at an early stage by encouraging your landlord to accept such a proposal. What are your reasons and how convincing and convincing are they? The best way to continue is to open respectful and direct contact with your landlord to explain the situation and the reasons. If I understood your situation, you agreed to rent a home and sign the contract, but you could not pay the full amount. You were not allowed to move in because you had not paid. I do not know when you intend to pay the balance if it was agreed. You ask if it is fair to charge you for a place that you have been denied access to. What you might consider fair is not necessarily the legal situation. The landlord may also think that it is unfair that you signed a payment agreement and that you did not do so and that they could have rented it to someone else, but it does not matter to the legal situation. The best advice anyone can give you is to keep your lease to an organization that can help you, for example.
B.CAB, law centre, etc., because the specific agreement is important. The lessor may be able to legally enforce your obligation to pay part of the term of the lease, but this depends on whether they try and re-rent the room as soon as you have formally informed them that you no longer wish to take advantage of the lease. There may also be a special clause in the agreement that the lease cannot begin if no payment is made as agreed, which could help. The owner may decide not to do anything, even if he or she has the right to do so. In negotiations, it might be a good idea to keep in mind that you apparently committed to a contract, that you did not fulfill your payment obligations (which is the reason for not being able to cash in as expected) and that you did not try to terminate the contract until you were contacted. I suggest you try to get help because it is complex and it is better to treat it sooner rather than later. If you are unable to provide the right message, you may be able to agree with your landlord to terminate your lease prematurely. This is called “abandoning your lease.” It is best not to leave your home without notice or to get your landlord`s approval to leave. Your lease is not finished and you have to pay your rent until you finish your rent in the right way. You may have to pay other bills – for example, municipal tax. Legal periodic lease – your fixed-term lease has ended, but you continue to live in the accommodation without agreeing on a date when the lease expires. If you have to leave before your lease expires, your landlord or broker may charge an early termination fee.
You cannot charge more than the rent you would have paid if you had stayed until the end of your rent. Since I did not sign the contract, but I paid the down payment, I can negotiate the terms or what right I have to come from the property (even with my deposit) – Guaranteed lease- If you entered into your lease between January 15, 1989 and February 27, 1997, your lease may be a guaranteed lease. If this is the case, you will have more protection than an AST or a license If you have a periodic joint tenancy agreement, you can terminate your contract without the consent of other tenants – unless your tenancy agreement says otherwise. It is important to be aware that if you finish your rent, it ends for everyone. If you have to leave your lease prematurely, then it is best to explain to your landlord why. Sometimes declaring that you have been laid off, that you have been separated from your partner or that you can no longer physically climb the stairs to the apartment leads your landlord to sympathize with your situation. They are rather understanding when they think they can easily rent the property, perhaps at a higher rent.