Yes, I've been paying rent monthly and on time.
The contract was for a 1 year fixed period from May 2013 to May 2014. The owner has given me a 1 month notice. I must move out at the end of August 2013.
The cancellation clause reads as follows:
Notice of cancellation of the lease will only be accepted with 1 month's written notice by either party, not before 1 May 2014. Any other means will not be accepted and both parties will remain bound to this agreement.
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The fact that the contract was signed by the agent and not the owner, can this render the contract invalid?
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