In which case,
the landlord is entitled to one month's notice.
Unless there was
a provision in the tenancy agreement that the property would come off the
market, it is unlikely to be unenforceable. Of course, you can always move out
of the property and of the landlord keeps your deposit in respect of rent or
decides you to sue you for rent you can defend his claim on the basis of the
breach of contract.
It is not one
that I think you would have any certain tea of winning I am sorry to have to
For the sake of
one month, having been in the property for 14 months already, do you really
want the grief and uncertainty?
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