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I had a contract that ran out about 4 years ago on my flat.The landlord updated it but changed it to 6 months fix period recently which I didn't want to do but didnt go back to him or sign it. Now I have left earlier than the unsigned contract can he claim for money?

 

The original contract I did sign when I moved in 5 years ago which expired after 1 year was to give one months notice...I have left with 3 weeks notice.

 

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Are we are talking about 2 contracts for same flat, with no vacating/returning in between?

 

Changing the fixed term effectively means a new contract, so your verbal acceptance is sufficient to create the contract, esp if you continued to pay after verbal offer/acceptance.

 

Whilst OPs like to be brief, but with LL&T advice timelines can be important, so please -

1 Month/year initial 12 month AST commenced?

2 Month/year second (6 month) verbal AST offered/poss accepted?

3 Precise date you informed LL that you were vacating T?

4 Date you moved out?

5 Rent payments due when? How frequently - pcm?

 

Either way, you left early and LL can claim outstanding rent

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This is just a continuation of the 3 other threads the op started...

 

This is my first post regarding this question, yes I have posted other questions regarding this tenancy is this the wrong thing to do?

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