Contact your nearest citizen council for help if you want to end a common lease. But enough sympathy for the unstable and the crazy, let`s go back to legitimate practices for ordinary people. Let me give you an overview of the most used and legitimate methods for terminating a lease. Each method is different and only applies to certain scenarios. However, as noted above, a lessor has the legal right to recover his property at the end of the lease (end date indicated in the lease). Depending on the stage at which the lease is located, such as when it approaches the end date, or in a periodic lease, it may be interesting to go to Section 21, since the property is automatically granted to the lessor, no questions are asked (provided section 21 has been used in the right circumstances). – You chose the 6-month extension of the lease only to give me notice of termination of the lease one week or 2 after October. I was told that they did not know that they had to respect the 6 months, and at the same time, the apartment that interested them in July became available (if I`m not mistaken). – There have been conflicts with the situation, and I am getting to a point where I want to continue. – The preferred option of my tenants is that they stop paying the rent for November and part of December (they move in the first week of December), and I can benefit from the deposit they paid in full (2 months rent).
I agreed, because I wanted to continue. – All messages are confirmed by email. – Please guess: a) What should I do from now on? b) Is it normal to rely only on the e-mail communication we have between us as a work conformation? c) If I have to send them a formal letter to greetings, what type of letter should I use? d) When can I start the deposit they paid? e) The down payment is recorded, how can I finish it and claim the deposit, as we have agreed? A lessor has the legal right to repossess his property at the end of a guaranteed short-term rent, i.e. .dem deadline set in a tenancy agreement. To do so, the lessor is required to properly inform the tenant by a section 21 notification (in accordance with Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988). I rented an office in Dubai and my one-year contract started in July 2012. I paid all the cheque payments to the real estate office. The contract expires in June 2013. Due to some of the financial problems I face in my business, my next rental check will definitely bounce back.
I`d like to terminate the contract. And I sent a letter to the real estate office about it. The Real Estate Board refused to do so on the grounds that the contract was still valid. And they refused to return the rest of the payments. In the tenancy agreement, there is a clause that gives both parties, landlord and tenant, the right to break the contract after four months, provided that one of the parties issues a one-month warning and pays one month`s rent as compensation. My question is: Is it possible to violate this contract by referring to this aforementioned clause? Will the municipal tenant committee accept this clause? Please clarify, as the real estate board told me, that I have to make a new tenant available to replace me, and that is only then the lease is terminated. Check your rental agreement to find out how much notification you need to give – you may need to give more than the minimum notification. The end of a lease may seem like a simple process. In fact, it is usually a simple process, but it is probably not as simple as many owners believe, and therefore many layoffs are not justly legitimate.
Or more precisely, in many cases, the method used could be successfully challenged in court if challenged by a tenant. In this situation, the landlord could inadvertently attack a bulky resident who has a legal right of residence, as well as a juicy bill.