Verbal rental agreement legal or not?

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Google has various results on this question. The scenario is that the real estate agent verbally informs me that the landlord is going on holidays and cannot provide even a draft contract until next month. They said the landlord will write an email and say the place is ours and we should just ensure we respond that we take the place. Would you do this without seeing a contract. What are your thoughts/opinions as it's unheard of from my side.

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well, depends on how desperately you want the place - I've seen potential tenants do the wildest things, just to find a place to rent.

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