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Giving flat to roommate and vacating apartment?

You need absolute written buy in from the landlord. His agreement is with you, not this new person. If the new person stops paying for whatever reason, then landlord is coming after you.
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Giving flat to roommate and vacating apartment?

Ordinarily, you are responsible for the rent and other damages for the duration of the lease, thus for another 12 months. If you walk away from the apartment and don't pay rent, the landlord can sue ...
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Seller Financing a Car and repos

Let's say someone wants to sell a car to an individual via seller financing.. The individual puts down 1,000$ and finances the other $3,000.. and agrees on monthly payments of 200$ the seller becomes ...
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Are statutory notices seeking possession required to enforce intra-term “break clauses”?

Yes; you need to use the break clause and serve a section 21 notice to start eviction proceedings during a fixed term. Quoting from Landlord Law Blog: activating the break clause does not give you a ...
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Currently without a lease, the lease my landlord sent me has 2 distinct errors

You can modify and sign the lease document, but that won't create a lease agreement. The landlord would need to also agree to the modifications. They could do something like signing the modified ...
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My lease agreement has a typo that changes the intended meaning

The TENANT is both of you The TENANT (i.e. both of you) have to give 30 days notice. And the TENANT (again, both of you) must “ vacate the premises upon termination of the Agreement, unless …”.
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Lease signed before I’m fully approved, do I have a case to get out of the lease?

A lease is a contract. A contract becomes binding once there is an offer and acceptance. Sometimes something smells like an offer, but it is really an "invitation to treat", a sign that they ...
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