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Unfortunately, if landlords and tenants cannot agree, they must each follow their own legal path to terminate the tenancy agreement. You can find your landlord`s address in your rental agreement or in your rental book. Ask your landlord if you can`t find them – they have to give you the information. When and how much notification you give depends on the type of lease you have and what your lease says. The general rule is that tenants should leave the property in the state in which they received it, minus wear, of course. It sounds pretty simple, and it should be really, really, really. But no, it`s really, really, really not in many cases. For more details on the terrible complexities of „cleaning“ (some people seem to really struggle with this), you may want to skip the end of the rental cleaning blog. Your contract is with the owner, not with the agents, so it`s nothing of their business to begin with. Check your rental agreement to find out how much notification you need to give – you may need to give more than the minimum notification. Talk to your nearest citizen council if your rental agreement says you need to do so and you don`t want to. If you stay according to the fixed term, you have a periodic lease.

Check what notification you need to give if you have a periodic lease. Audacious, I would not blame an owner who takes things into their dirty hands when the circumstances are extreme. I am not saying this because I tolerate these ideas or because I would personally participate in such plans, but because I understand that landlord`s right is total and total failure when it comes to protecting landlords from tenants, careless and uncontrollable tenants, and that not everyone can be as noble and disciplined as I am. I would be really happy to receive advice or reflection on who should sign the agreement. Thank you If you can`t give the right amount of notification, you may be able to agree with your landlord to terminate your lease prematurely. This is called „abandoning your lease.“ You probably won`t be able to use a Section 8 notification. If your client does not want to leave before the termination date, you cannot do anything immediately. However, you can use section 21, so it leaves on the end date of the lease (if you still want it on that date). Your landlord can receive a court order to pay the rent you owe. As a general rule, you must pay the legal fees as well as the rent you owe. We look forward to friendly advice. I`m a new owner and I`m not sure what I`m going to do now.

I wish I didn`t have to contact the tenants again, because I felt hurt in the communication process (I know I shouldn`t put feelings into it, but things just happen..), but I want to do what`s right to make everything go well, but enough sympathy for the unstable and the crazy, back to legitimate practices for ordinary people.