If a landlord threatens a potential tenant with physical violence, if he does not sign a rental agreement with rent above market rent, it would be an aggressive practice that would make your agreement easily readable: Print it on white paper and use a large and clear police face. Avoid the use of coloured text, unnecessary images or logos, or unusual fonts. An unfair clause is not applicable and the landlord cannot rely on it if they take legal action against a tenant. Trading standards are responsible for handling claims about abusive clauses, so you should contact Consumerline if you have any doubts about your contract. The landlord is not allowed to enter the property and belonged to the tenant instead of unpaid rent. A term that allows it would be unfair. An alternative to using a rental price modification clause would be to use a shorter contract, terminate the tenancy agreement under the old terms and give the tenant the choice to accept a new lease, including rent and all other conditions as offered, or to evacuate at the end of the previous contract. The Competition Authority has introduced guidelines on abusive clauses in consumer contracts. These guidelines should apply to leases. The right to “develop” the contract effectively means that a tenant (where the lease began on October 1, 2014) can terminate the contract and be exempt from any obligation under the lease if the lease was signed because of a deceptive act or aggressive practice.
 To assert this right, the tenant must inform the lessor (or lessor) in the notice that he wishes to refuse the contract within 90 days of the start of the lease. There is no obligation to write it down, but it is strongly advised to do so. Nor is there any obligation for the tenant to prove that he has been harmed, nor that the landlord (or broker) acted dishonestly or negligently. Any clause in a consumer contract must be fair. This rule also applies to leases. The Consumer Rights Act 2015 and the Terms Unfair in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 explain the types of clauses that can be considered abusive. But to make it unfair, you would have shown that you had taken a different approach, that is. You would not have signed a lease or renewed your lease, and you would have effectively evacuated the property if you had known the real circumstances or if unfair business practices had not taken place.