Hi, I recently moved into a boarding house. When I first came to the house two weeks prior to the date I moved in to take a look, the owner of the house showed me a room. I was satisfied with the room, so I said I'd like to move in. So, after two weeks, I came back with all my stuff to move in. But when I arrived, he said the room is no longer available and he gave me a different room. He didn't tell me anything about that until the very moment I arrived. So I stayed because I had nowhere else to go. I noticed on my first day that my roommate (it is a twin room) snores really bad. I tried to endure it for a week, but I realized I couldn't. So I asked the owner of the house a solution, but he gave me none. So I told him that I wish to move out. Then he told me I have to live at least two months to get my deposit back, which I never heard before nor did he specified on his advertisement. So, I am being kind of forced to live in this house, suffering every night, for ten days now because not getting my deposit back will be a huge financial damage for me (It is around $400. I know it is small, but for me, it is not). I desperately want to move into another place like right now, but he wouldn't give my deposit back to me. So here is the question: Is there any way under property law to get my deposit back even if I move out before two months? P.S. I didn’t write any document (like a lease).