Ending Tenancy Agreement Early Landlord

Ending Tenancy Agreement Early Landlord

Landlords and tenants should first talk about the change in circumstances and try to reach an agreement. Ask the court to terminate your fixed-term contract in the event of special circumstances and if the continuation of the lease unfairly puts you in trouble. Hii, PLEASE. I hope someone can help me, !!! I recently moved from my old apartment in Pasing and into another. I used to live with my landlord and another person. My contract expires on May 15, 2018. I asked my landlord if I could move earlier. He replied that the so-called “company” had told him that he could only reduce the contract by 15 days, at the end of April 2018. Later, without me being there, he wrote to me that I could move on April 1st and that he would take the room for me (I still have these messages). That`s why I`m signing a contract with the new owner from March 1. Before signing the contract, I told the new owner that I had to confirm what my former owner said. I asked him, and he said it wasn`t a problem for him to pay for April for me, but bail was a problem. He said that the company would return the deposit to him at the end of April, so he could return it to me first when they gave it to him (spoke yesterday to another lawyer who told me that this was not true, and that because I have a contract with the landlord, he has my deposit) That way I would lose “only” 1 month`s rent because I paid 2 months` rent in March.

After signing the contract with the new owner, I went home, and he tells me he can`t and won`t pay the month of April anyway. The other lawyer I spoke with yesterday told me that my screenshots were sufficient evidence, and that, as he has my deposit, I can set him a deadline to send him back to me. Can someone help me? Can I tell him he has to pay April`s rent? I proved that he told me he was going to pay for me. And later, he told me that he had not signed the contract with another owner… While I was living there, he was knocking on my door all the time, both my friends and other tempting ones can confirm that. I live in Munich Germany I just left an apartment to 2 sharers, at first they said they were a couple! One of tem said she shared custody of her dog with her last partner and that the dog would not be kept there full time and would never be left alone.