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On what basis is the landlord saying it must be signed by Both? Does it say that in the tenancy agreement.
Ok then in that case your landlord can't require both to sign.
The law says that either or both of you can give Niro evidence to end the tenancy.
You should ask the landlord which part of the contract requires both tenants to sign, if they can't then there you go.
But either of you can give notice to end the contract.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
indeed yes. That is correct.
Does that clairfy?
its under guidance provided by them, that is all you need to say. You can move without penalty.
Does that clarify?
The OFT has produced guidance on unfair terms:
You can find one here:
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