Talk to your nearest citizen council if your rental agreement says you need to do so and you don`t want to. “This contract may be terminated in writing by one of the parties, with a period of at least two months, which expires at any time after six months from the date of this agreement set out in the terms and conditions… You should therefore look for a clause that gives you a way out of the agreement, it can only say, in most cases, that a secure lease can only end for the duration of the contract, if both the landlord and the tenant agree to abandon it. As far as bail is concerned, it depends on the agreements. If both agreements were for the same tenant and the same property, and that is the DPS deposit system, then the deposit is properly protected. If one of the first two was not filled, it should have been protected again. Otherwise, if it is the insured system, you should consult the terms and conditions of the system or ask the DPS. Turns out we were correct, but I would like people not to try to complicate things when they come up with clauses. Then the problems slip. You did not say whether it was a common or one-time lease. If a common tenancy agreement, then all common tenants must agree to end an early rent, including the exercise of a break clause.

The message you give must end on the first or last day of your rental period. Can you confirm if that is correct? If we get a periodic lease in a fixed-term contract with a 2-month break clause, it means that at the end of the contract and periodically, we still have to terminate the contract for 2 months instead of a month, as with the law. It`s true? They just want to make sure they don`t come up with excuses for not giving us a periodic rental contract. Here is a simple example of a six-month break clause. This would appear in the part of the lease agreement for the termination of a lease. Explain why you want to cancel your lease prematurely, for example. B at your workplace that has changed, or you need to move to care for a parent. Your lease usually expires on the last day of your fixed term or at the end of your notice if you have given the correct notification. You must also leave the property and return the keys to the owner until the end of your fixed life or notice.