Briefly, tenants have moved into property with landlord’s verbal agreement – tenants have until now refused to sign a tenancy agreement and consistently late paying rent, not yet paid a deposit now landlord wants them out ASAP. Obviously notice needs to be served but in the absence of a written agreement what evidence would be needed to serve a valid notice that a tenancy exists? If it cannot be proven a tenancy exists, can we treat these people as squatters?
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No written tenancy agreement – what evidence needed to prove tenancy exists?
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