Surrender Tenancy Agreement Early

I arrived outside the dwelling, but I did not enter it, and then, because of the behavior of the “tenant”, I was texted from inside the dwelling to “Call Police”, I first did this the police were helpful, but after talking to the tenant, I became aggressive with me and said that I was disgusting not to allow the lease, Because there`s a background story I don`t know, and they won`t tell me. Tenants earn more than 60k plus three times what I do (I`m not a social service) The police told me to get all their refunds and they would leave (the agent was on vacation now and couldn`t do it and wasn`t holding all the funds not me) To escalate this situation, I went and then I gave all the money to the family member who came in to give them (in front of the police) they refused the money and the family member found out that they had moved in completely and were not going anywhere, and he came outside to inform me of what was going on inside, I didn`t go. They had now said that they had never refused the property (they refused the property of four different people, the office agents) who lived in this place (I can`t call him at home), which had a negative impact on my mental health. Do you remember that I have to go to my landlord with my problems and that I have to move to help my mental health, that he dismisses me from my contract without paying extra rent? Make sure your letter clearly states the date you will be moving. It all depends on LL`s ability to get another tenant into their property on time. If he can, great (remember that you are responsible for all reasonable costs related to the relocation of the property. 7 months is a long time, even with 4 months` notice, so don`t be surprised if the owner says no. You could say – “If you are willing to let us go prematurely, then we will compensate you financially by £xxxxx” If the contract does not mention any interruption clause and the landlord refuses to accept the early termination, then the tenant is contractually obliged to pay you the rent for the entire duration of the fixed term. For co-tenants (i.e. more than one landlord is mentioned on the rental agreement), you usually need to agree with all landlords to end the rental relationship prematurely. However, if one common owner acts as an agent for the other, they can accept a discount on behalf of all owners. If a joint owner has appointed an agent to act for them and you have been ordered to manage that agent, you can take care of the agent to end your tenancy prematurely. In particular, as explained below, an owner must clearly indicate under what conditions he takes back the keys..

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