Hi guys, we are staying in a serviced apartment (the only 3 bedroom in the building) on a day rate, however we pay monthly. We have no contract but when we moved in, we told the manager of the building that we would be staying a minimum of 6 months but that it could be longer as we are doing a renovation - although we have a fixed end date for our renovation. We explained that might change and we would do our best to keep them informed. They said they had no problem with that and we could continue to stay on a week to week basis if we found we needed to extend beyond our anticipated end date. We are now being told that because they can get another long term client into the 3 bedroom apartment, they would like to move us to either a different building in a different suburb(!) or to a smaller 2 bedroom which would inconvenience us immensely (I also work from the apartment). It would be around the time we are finishing our renovation, but might still have around 2-4 weeks remaining) and would most likely result in a packing/moving/unpacking/packing/moving/unpacking nightmare. It would also disrupt our family and business commitments. Is there anything we can do about this under Property Law? Are we within our tenants rights to say we had a verbal agreements that we would be allowed to continue renting the apartment for as long as we need and they should stick to that agreement?