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Moving Out: Terminating a Lease Early Part (2)

Along with this, you will probably have to pay the costs for the property to be advertised in the local newspapers. You may even have to pay a re-letting fee if the property is let by an agent who charges the landlord a fee for finding new tenants, usually equal to one week’s rent. Not […]

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Moving Out: Terminating a Lease Early

 If you need to move out of your place for some reason or another and are worried about breaking your lease, don’t worry, it can be done. But the consequences of doing it can often depend on how nice your landlord is. If you want to break your lease early, the best thing you can […]

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Moving Out: Giving Notice Part (3)

It is important to remember that if at any time during your tenancy the landlord or agent breaches your agreement, for what- ever reason, you can give 14 days’ notice and leave. This also works the other way—if you the tenant breach the contract in any way, the landlord or agent can give you 14 […]

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Moving Out: Giving Notice Part (2)

When you want to move out right at the end of a lease period, you only have to give 14 days’ notice because your landlord is prepared for it—but you still have to give notice, to allow the land- lord or agent time to find someone else to move in.

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