Hello, a friend of mine just said she has to leave her private home in two days, she hasn`t had hot water for over 6 months, and the property is pretty wet. she asked her landlord to solve the boiler and moisture problems, and he never did, she asked for advice and they send someone to inspect the property in 2 days, her landlord found out and told her he wanted her to be in 2 days, she has no lease and no real proof of rents, does she have any rights? She has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor and has two young children, but her landlord is tenacious that she must leave written contracts to protect both parties in a landlord/tenant dispute. However, if you do not have a written agreement, you retain tenant rights. The owner can`t just throw you out of the condo and change the locks. The owner must follow the legal process of evicting from California to remove you and your property from the property. The owner has the right to issue a decision to expel a verbal agreement, provided that he respects all municipal and regional laws. Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, if you have practically confessed to finding yourself in a situation where a property is rented without a written lease agreement indicating the terms of the lease, you have finally entered into an oral/oral tenancy agreement. As a general rule, you must provide a notification to your landlord 30 days in advance before moving. However, if you pay rent more than once a month in a month-to-month rental agreement, some states allow you to give shorter notice for the interval at which you pay the rent. Some rental and rental agreements have specific rules for when a tenant can provide a notification, so you should check if this type of rule applies to you. In cases where there is no written lease, but there is a verbal agreement between the landlord and the tenant, the landlord must always follow the Texas property code to distribute a tenant. In these cases, the contract is often considered a one-month lease agreement, which means that the lessor must begin the eviction process by giving the tenant a written and 30-day eviction notice.