Your landlord can terminate the rental at any time by sending a written „end message.” The termination period depends on the lease or agreement, but is often at least 4 weeks. It seems to me that your landlord is actually violating the agreement, he will indicate the names of the tenants and most tenants have rules about customers, how long they can stay, etc. Break clauses are really a matter of flexibility for both tenants and landlords. They offer landlords/tenants the opportunity to break a lease if personal circumstances change. This can change scenarios such as moving for work-related purposes, changes in financial circumstances, or because the relationship between the tenant and the landlord becomes furious. Fixed-term tenancy agreements: The tenant cannot be forced to move before the term expires, as stated in the tenancy agreement. @Jess case law stipulates that the exercise of a break clause before the end of the fixed term requires the agreement of all persons who have signed as a tenant; To terminate a periodic tenancy agreement, all you need is a communication from one of the tenants. See the excerpt from the break clause below. The officer says the message should be given within the sixth month and not before or after. The moving date was November 13, 2017 and is a 12-month ASP with the 6-month break clause. I think the break clause is unfair, because it is not right, an eviction clause for tenants as landlords, and I find it difficult to understand it.
The best type of lease would be a shorthold insurance lease, the most commonly used agreement. This type of agreement was the automatic type of agreement for most residential rents. If you have a periodic common lease, you can notify the termination of your lease without the consent of the other tenants, unless your lease says otherwise. It is important to be aware that if you finish your rent, it ends for everyone. Again, I should read the contract, but it expires at the end of 12 months, you may be required to inform the owner/agent of your intention not to extend. If the other tenant remains in the property, they will have legally created a legal exercise tenancy agreement, but you are not bound to it. I have spoken twice with my roommate about the break clause, and she has agreed orally and in writing to break the lease in May, but she has often said that she has money problems and that she may change her mind about termination. To break the lease, we both have an obligation to make a communication, my communication will not be sufficient. In addition, the termination clause itself states that they need a written communication from both of us to terminate the contract, which I do not think is fair. This actually happened with the other lease, where the agency stated that they could not take into account a simple communication, but in this case we have two notifications and we left after the initial 12-month period to move into the new house.