i love my uni, i love everything about it but because some unforeseen family problems i going to have to live and go to uni at home
problem is i have an estate agent landlord (whos so aggressive and unhelpful) and ive already signed an assured shorthold tenancy agreement!
how do i get out of it? can i just find someone to replace me and everything will be fine and i wont be liable? if i dont find a replacement and still leave (which i WILL have to do) am i liable or are the people that are sharing with me liable?
please help im so stressed about life at the moment and this something i really dont need.
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- Thread Starter
- 30-01-2010 00:51
- PS Helper
- 30-01-2010 00:59
If you've signed a tenancy agreement then you've entered into a contract with the landlord to say that you will do whatever is required of you under it. You'd not be able to leave uni and not find yourself a replacement without being financially responsible for the rent. If you can find a replacement, however, there's no reason why your landlord won't be happy for them to take your place and the university should have an accommodation service/department to help you with these sorts of problems.