Yes, a landlord can evict you because you are behind on rent. This usually leads to a pay-rent or quit-message, which means you have to pay what you owe or move. If you don`t do both, the owner can start the evacuation process. If, on several occasions, you have not paid the rent on time, and in particular if you have received a Pay Rent or a Previous Pay Rent or Quit Notice, you may receive an unconditional termination notice based on non-payment of the rent. This means that you do not have the ability to pay what you owe and that you have to move. You cannot prevent a tenant from having a lease just by not giving him a written lease. As soon as they enter the rent and start, a rental agreement is created in accordance with s54 (2) of the Law of Property Act 1925 (which defines the circumstances under which a tenancy agreement is not required for short rents). Your landlord cannot discriminate against you because of your disability, gender change, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, gender or sexual orientation. Even if you do not have an AST or oral agreement with a lessor, they are nevertheless bound by the legislation of the aforementioned Act of 1985 and the Protection from Eviction Act 1977. At the time, he kept saying, «Oh, that`s good, don`t worry,» etc. after the weeks that followed. He could see that I was very angry, but also that I had literally cleaned the carpet. The color of the carpet was a neutral beige, so the initial stain resembled that of the water spilled on the carpet, because I had removed all the physical remains with paper towels and I had thrown them away accordingly.
He even told me that he himself had spilled drinks or water on the carpet many times, so it wasn`t very important. I`m moving into an apartment a year ago this month. 6 months in I could not pay me rent, so I went to my landlord and I explained that I was going to leave, but if it was possible, he asked me if I was doing a carpentry job and said, yes he put me to work on one of his properties, since we have an oral agreement (I never signed anything , even when I moved in) I did a $500 rental work. It worked very well, I`m doing the job he`s asking me to do to thank me for helping me do things that he doesn`t ask me to do, but I know I have to do.