The relationship between Landlord and Tenant involves obligations on each side continuing for the duration of the lease, this being the name of a legally recognised document governing their relationship. Given the millions of leases and their social and economic significance, it is not surprising that a substantial body of legal rules regulate the landlord and tenant relationship. In part these rules spell out the terms implied into a lease and how they are to be interpreted. However, they also place limits on what terms the parties may insert into leases and govern their enforcementGet Legal Advice
‘… my friends and I are starting university together and found a property we all agreed to rent as it was perfect for us… the landlord agreed a rent and we all settled in…a week later the landlord came round with a copy of the lease for us to sign… on it states he has the right to enter the property at any time….he refuses to take this clause out…we are 4 girls…can he do this…”
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