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the tenancy contract is on my name about two month ago my partner

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the tenancy contract is on my name about two month ago my partner came to live in my flat. My landlord want him on my contract or she will give me a notice to livethe flat.
What is my right on this problem?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Property Law
Expert:  Remus2004 replied 4 years ago.
Thank your for your question. I will try to help with this.

What type of contract is it?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

FOR JOMO1972


assured shorthold tenancy agreement


date of agreement 15 november 2011 and didont be renew yet

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

FOR JOMO1972


assured shorthold tenancy agreement


date of agreement 15 november 2011 and didont been renew it yet


 


she said my partner as to be on the agreement is the law.

Expert:  Remus2004 replied 4 years ago.
Ok. Its a periodic agreement then.

I'm afraid its understandable that the landlord wants him to be an official tenant rather than an unofficial one.

Either way though, I'm afraid even if the landlord is being entirely unreasonable he can give notice very easily on a periodic with no need for a reason at all. All he has to do is serve a s21 notice upon you giving no less than 2 months notice.

I'm very sorry but you would have no challenge to this
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

thank you.

Expert:  Remus2004 replied 4 years ago.
No problem. Sorry it cannot be more positive.

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