If you have paid the 5 months, you have the right to stay in the accommodation, if you have not left, they can not chase you See extract from the break clause below. The officer says that the notification must take place in the sixth month and not before or after. The withdrawal date was November 13, 2017 and is a 12-month ASP with the 6-month interruption clause. I think the break clause is unfair, because it is not easy, a different clause for tenants as a landlord and I have a hard time understanding it. However, for a new lease agreement (no unilateral renewal), they must issue a new IP, note that PI is not the confirmation of the deposit company, but a separate notice containing all the information about the lease agreement. This differs from the original lease at least on the start date. Remember that if the landlord used an agent to introduce you, they paid an amount that reflects the expectation of receiving 6 months` rent, so if you leave early, there are these fees to be reimbursed. Similarly, the fact (reference to @181) that tenants can be found for free on OpenRent does not mean that there is no loss. Personally, I use an agent I trust to find tenants and do all the leg tasks and legal paperwork etc., which costs me 1 month`s rent (I take care of myself, so no extra costs for me, but there may be extra costs for a landlord who uses a full management service). It is reasonable for an owner to pay a professional to ensure that all of their legal obligations are met due to the hefty penalties if they are not. You can live in a property as long as you pay your rent and follow the rules.

It also defines the legal conditions of your rental. It can be written or oral (an oral agreement). Landlords think they can put all the old in a lease, but that doesn`t make it valid or enforceable. I just wanted to clarify this point if you were to confuse a 2-month notice period with a one-year period without an explicit interruption clause, because that would mean you would have to stay for one year and terminate for 10 months. However, it should not be explicitly stated that this is a BREAK clause, it can only relate to a period of 1 year starting on date X and, in this section, it is said that the contract can only be terminated after X months with a period of X months. Again, I should read the contract, but it will end at the end of the 12 months, you may be obliged to inform the owner/agent of your intention not to renew. If the other tenant stays in the property, he will have a periodic lease prescribed by law, but you are not bound by it. Please confirm that the tenants are identical in the August 2016 and August 2017 contracts. If this is not the case, the deposit is not properly protected by law, but is safe for tenants.

We rented a property for 9 months of contract. For personal reasons, we had to move out of the house in 4 months. Contacted owner and he was not ready to rent the accommodation and wanted us to pay the break clause. We paid the rent and paid the bills, including municipal taxes, for 5 months of rest. Now, without informing us, the owner has aggreed the property. Is it legal? So the only limit is after six months which, in the example I gave, would be to run at any time after February. You say that if they do, you will sign a settlement agreement so that you do not claim the protection of the surety or deliver the prescribed information within 30 days. In such an agreement, you agree not to approve the claims. Your resignation should therefore end on either the 3rd or 4th of the month. My preferred option would be to opt for a hybrid approach….