Renting Verbal Agreement

To put it simply, an oral agreement is as binding as a written lease (but I would never recommend entering into a contract without a written contract). I rent the living room in a colleagues` house for me and my friend. We pay every week and have an oral agreement that we have to pay every week because it`s just the living room. Well, we had two weeks` notice and we still have to pay in the fortnight trial. Wouldn`t we have assumed we had 30 days` notice to leave? Please, I need answers! So I moved into someone`s apartment to rent a room, no lease has stayed since December, so 4 months have rented every month that it is a communal property and that it is to throw me out on a date that I owe no, if I am somewhere for something The Swiss law of obligations does not define the form, rental agreements, that is, they can also be concluded orally, whether in the form of a handshake or a telephone agreement. A policy statement such as this is also not absolutely necessary, since a lease agreement may also be implicitly agreed. We are talking about an implied rental agreement when a tenant has lived for a long time in a rented property in which he has paid rent that the lessor has tacitly accepted. Such behaviour, both of the tenant and the lessor, is conclusive proof that there is a lease between them. If you want to look at all the ways to terminate a rental agreement, whether you have a written or oral agreement, here you will find a list of possibilities to properly terminate a lease. I just wanted to have an outside perspective on my family`s situation and how the owner sells the house after making an oral deal with my grandmother, who rented us this place for 28 years, with my recently deceased grandfather. He explained that he would give her a price and give her the first chance to buy the property before marketing it, bringing in lawyers who know all the legal stuff that seemed like a good idea in the face of this global epidemic. We don`t even know a week later that he calls my grandmother (79 years old) and tells her that they are bringing a real estate woman to walk around the premises.

That is what we have done. Less than a week later, they call my grandmother and tell her that she is not asking her to come to bring potential buyers, see our place and take a tour. We were never offered the opportunity for a virtual tour. Given this outbreak, everyone would probably want the same thing. Anyway, now she appears without announcing herself and throws the court because she has the permission of the lord of the countryside to show the rear unit in which no one has lived for more than 5 years, which is certainly not worth living and which looks like the roof was collapsing every second. Not to mention the mold problems that were submitted to the owner, and my father and I offered to do all the work for a considerable amount less than any company would do if they supplied the materials. Well, it`s now that my grandmother is desperate and anxious, not to mention the worry of this whole ordeal. Which overwhelms my father and me. Anyway, I look for all positive feedback and opinions also all resources and help any friendly person is ready to give to our family. I lived it for 28 years and I would hate losing my parents` house to an. HI My parents rent properties from the private owner in the last 2moths you see the lease on the land for 6moths….