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You would have to be given at least 2 months' notice to leave the property - if you did not the landlord could then apply for a possession order. However the notice period will allow you to live in the property until a certain date and you would need to pay the rent until you leave (if you did not then this would breach the tenancy agreement and the landlord could also sue for arrears).
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Morning, if that was agreed then no, as it was a verbal agreement so he waives his right to sue for arrears which are incurred after the agreed 2 week period.