Breach Of Contract For Tenancy Agreement
If you believe that the landlord has significantly violated the agreement, you can defend yourself in court by proving that the manager/landlord: do not wait for the property, do not repair something that was broken, do not provide the services listed in the agreement Do not provide without notice and expect not to pay rent. You still owe your landlord rent for the duration of your lease and you are responsible for the rent until the end of your tenancy. A lessor may breach the lease by not allowing the tenant to have exclusive ownership of the property. If the owner enters the property without permission or notice, it prevents the tenant from enjoying exclusive ownership of the property. In addition, if they do not carry out repairs, it is a violation of the lease. .