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It is a matter of evidence.
The rules require when someone sues for breach of contract:
7.4 Where a claim is based upon an oral agreement, the particulars of claim should set out the contractual words used and state by whom, to whom, when and where they were spoken.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
How can my landlord that I gave oral testimony? Must have witnesses?
What contractual words should be used?
have a verbal agreement or termination of the lease must be agreed to by both sides?
Yes he needs witnesses.
But if he is asking you to leave this MUST be in writing.
termination of the lease which would give the tenant must therefore be written or may be verbal?
It should be written.
Landlor wants me to quit my job, but he wants me to move elsewhere, but I disagree. It can fire me on the street when my contract ends April 5, 2014 ACT 1988?
No. He MUST give you written notice
If you do not leave he MUST seek a Court Order to remove you.
That process can take several months.
in what laws I can find everything related to everything that you advise me? I would like to have as evidence for landlords
Section 21 Housing Act 1988
the landlord or, in the case of joint landlords, at least one of them has given to the tenant not less than two months’ notice [F2in writing] stating that he requires possession of the dwelling-house.
Can I clarify anything?
and the fact that the notice must be in writing? it is what law?
That is what Section 21 says
Did you not read above:
yes read it, but I did not understand where does it say that it must be in writing
It says YES it MUST be in writing
What should I do if I move out on the street? or replace the locks on my apartment?
sorry I see it
That is ok. I know it is hard to read.
But just remember Section 21 Housing Act 1988
They MUST have a Court Order.
You can see the Council and they will PROSECUTE the Landlord
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