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Accepted reasons for backdating income support

They provide landlords/tenants the opportunity to break a tenancy if personal circumstances change.

Here’s a blog post which covers many of the legal methods of terminating a tenancy. Deposit: This was not protected within the 30 days and we have not received any information.

We chased twice and I believe it was protected 45 days after we moved in, 52 days after we paid it, but I have no information regarding the actual number and searches on deposit scheme websites is coming up inconclusive.

So, break clauses typically stipulate that they can only be enforced 6 months into the fixed term of a tenancy, no earlier!

Here is an example of a break clause (please do NOT use it without seeking legal advice): 7.9 Tenancy Break Clause 7.9.1 In the event that the Tenant shall desire to terminate the tenancy hereby created at or at any time after the end of the first six months thereof he shall give the Landlord not less than one months previous notice in writing of such desire and shall up to the time of such determination pay the rent and observe and perform the agreements and obligations on the tenants part.7.9.2 If the Landlord shall desire to terminate the tenancy hereby created at or at any time after the end of the first six months thereof he shall give the Tenant not less than two months previous notice in writing of such desire then immediately upon the expiration of such notice the tenancy hereby created shall cease and be void.

In the event that the tenant wants to surrender the tenancy without the landlords agreement, the tenant will be contractually obliged to pay rent for the entire length of the fixed term. Please allow me to clear up some points: Term: 24 months, with a 12 month break clause, 2 months' notice Break Clause: You are correct that was a typo on my part and should be "if requires", the rest is verbatim from the contract.

Similarly, if the landlord wants the tenant to vacate early while the tenant has no interest, the landlord cannot reposes the property early without grounds for eviction. This is the only mention of a break clause in the whole contract and the exact terms that the letting agent has tried to use against us a total of 3 times now.

if it is in the favour of the landlord), it is very unlikely that it will be enforceable.