Cease Tenancy Agreement

If tenants leave at the exit without notice or without the permission of a landlord, the rental agreement is not terminated by law and the tenant is still held responsible for the rents and corresponding invoices until the lease is terminated by the correct procedures. If a tenant decides to stay in the building for rent at the end of the initial term – even if it is only a few more days – the rental agreement automatically becomes an empty rental contract guaranteed periodically by law. They have either a “temporary lease” that ends on a given date, or a “periodic lease”, which continues for example monthly or weekly. A periodic lease is also called a “rolling lease”. Even if you don`t have to cancel, it`s a good idea to let your landlord know if you intend to stay for rent or leave at the end of the term. If you`ve decided to move, your landlord will likely want to get the property back on the market fairly quickly. Many rental agreements contain a clause that allows the landlord or broker to show potential tenants around the property as soon as it is on the market. It is likely that you will not be able to communicate a communication in section 8. If your tenant doesn`t want to leave before the termination date, there`s nothing you can do right away. However, you may want to use a section 21 to leave at the end of the rental (if you still want to take possession of the property at that time). Had a tenant on AST and who has now become periodic lease, almost 3 months late, tried to be nice and gave him 3 months of termination in writing also section 21 (which for periodic rentals), but will not move, my son was initially dealing with tenants and he was a friend (partner of the tenant), But he has since moved and left us from hell with the tenant, but what my son hasn`t done is the bail, which I`ve done now. I have a communication under section 8, but I have found that it cannot be served as soon as the lease has become periodic, but must be in writing, my question is, if I do this in writing, it is the same as section 8, that is, the reasons on which I set out the note (residues, etc.) and if it is the same duration (reason 8 rent arrears) is 2 weeks, but on the case of the court order? Everything is quite complex, especially because of the bond issue known to the tenant, or should it simply be judged on the back of the decision already issued by Article 21? I would be happy for any help on this….

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