In 2005, my mother and father were both in good health and in some debts, so my sister got to them and had my mother and father sign the house in trust and say they could lose property there! My sister had a lawyer do all the paperwork and said my mother and father received £150,000 for the house they never received (I have all the papers to show it) My parents tried to get the house back without success, my sister has now put the house in her husband`s name, Unfortunately, my mother and father had to keep depositing the mortgage into their account to live there again, I have all the payment records on paper, unfortunately my mother passed away a little over a year ago and my father is very sick and still pays every month for the maintenance of the house and mortgage! He doesn`t have a lease, etc. And my sister is just waiting for him to die! To do anything with the property! I`ve been taking care of my parents all these years and I can`t sit down if I aspire to what`s going on. The doctor supported the story and will say that at the time of the illness, my mother was not in an appropriate state to have signed anything! I wonder if we could do something to fix things, because it is so wrong for me. Should my father stop paying the mortgage? My sister and husband haven`t been in the house for over ten years! The lease is a contract between you and your landlord. It can be written or oral. The lease gives you and your landlord certain rights. For example, your right to occupy the accommodation and your landlord`s right to obtain rent for the rental of the accommodation. That`s right — while you can announce a separate termination of s48, it doesn`t need to be in the lease agreement. But a lease is the best and most usual place.
Unless otherwise stated, you are entitled to a minimum rental period of six months. For the first six months of your tenancy, your landlord can`t increase the rent. If your landlord asks you to leave before the end of these six months, you can defend yourself in court. Talk to an advisor if you receive a layoff in the first six months of your tenancy. If you are disabled, your landlord may need to change the lease if a contract term means you are worse off than someone without your disability. The agreement may also contain details about your landlord`s obligations for repairing the property. Your landlord`s repair obligations depend on the type of rental agreement. Check your lease – it could give you more rights than your basic rights under the law. . . .