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Do not worry, as long as the lease is signed by at least one Landlord you have standing.
You have the normal protections as contained within your lease.
Just because sister may not agree, does not mean you lose protection
After all a Landlord signed
Can I clarify anything about this today please?
So does the terms of the existing lease still stand
If you have signed and the brother has, then its a new lease.
If you or the Landlord has not signed then you have a tenancy at will
This means you can be given notice to leave
Its not a lease that rolls over. Once they come to an end you are there at will
Does that help?
does this mean i can lose my business if i have a tenancy at will and the landlord wants out
Unless you have a signed lease
so to clarify I have signed and the brother has signed i have a lease?
Yes that is right
Thank you help.
Can I clarify anything else ?
If i get hold of a copy of what has been signed is that a legal document
If signed by you and Landlord
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Great thanks again that is all.
Thank you, ***** ***** with this.