It will be in everyone`s interest to reach a new agreement as soon as possible. Ideally, the remaining tenants and landlords have made arrangements during the notice period and have signed a new lease that begins as soon as the old one ends. Interruption clauses are likely to come into force if a particular action has taken place before a lease can be terminated in any other way. If no consensus is reached, the money remains in the rent deposit system until both parties agree. You cannot terminate your contract before the end of your fixed-term lease. If your landlord wants you to go, they will have to inform you in a certain way, including some information and warnings. It depends on the type of lease and its conditions. Of the three, this is the most common situation. The new tenancy will be created because section 5 of the Housing Act 1988 provides for it. When you reach the end of your term lease, you may be wondering what to do next. From what I understand from what Tessa wrote, the conditions requiring the tenant to cancel the move on the last day of the limited time are considered unfair terms. This is Tessa`s point in the post. However, if the landlords want to terminate the lease, certain procedures must be followed to remain legal and avoid litigation.
Landlords almost always have the right to evict tenants who live in the property after the end of the limited time. The only circumstances in which this is not the case are if the tenant has a rental protected under the Rents Act 1977. But since January 1989, no rental-protected rentals have been (or cannot) be created, so this won`t happen with a newer rental. In your case, your lease ends on September 1, after which the contract becomes a legal periodic agreement. Landlords are not required to provide a reason if they want tenants to leave at the end of a short secure tenancy, but they are required to give tenants notice of termination and notice under section 33 (which lets tenants know that landlords want them to move on the day the lease expires). .