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For example, if a landlord orally contracts with an individual that the individual does not have to sign their lease to occupy their property for a period of 6 months so long as the individual pays the monthly rent, submits to a background check prior to move in, and provides renters insurance prior to move in, and then the individual does all these things at the landlord's request and gets the keys to move in-- can the landlord later then evict the individual halfway through the 6-month term claiming that the individual is an unauthorized occupant, or does their acceptance of the individual's money for the first 3 months constitute a promissory estoppel? Or is this a breach of oral contract? Or both?Or neither? The basis of the landlor'd unauthorized occupancy claim is that the individual did not sign a lease.