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. There are obligations that you and your landlord have that are not stipulated in the contract, but are set by law and are incorporated into all leases. These terms are part of the contract, even if they have not been explicitly agreed between you and your landlord. An oral agreement can also be changed.
The change will usually also be verbal. In the event of a dispute, proof of the change can be provided if: when a tenant signs a tenancy agreement as a lessor and the lessor signs as a tenant, it is declared invalid. I rented my current apartment on February 28, 2015 with a 12-month contract signed. At the end of the first year, I just called my landlord to tell her that I would like to continue in the apartment, and she agrees with her. Normally, this conversation takes place every year in January. I just found a better home, and because I don`t want to cause any inconvenience, I wrote to her that we were going to evacuate the premises on January 1 (a month of wholesale written communication) and she says that because our contract does not end on February 28, she will keep my $2,000 deposit. The question now is whether she has only one contract that I signed and that ended on 28.02.16. What are my rights? Can it keep the deposit on the basis of these criteria? Thank you How can I evict a tenant without a lease? It also holds me goods that belong to me. I would say that, given that the nature and details of my pet were given to my pet, he knew or should have known the risks associated with the agreement when he agreed to let him live with us.