Your rental agreement and the original IP should have the information provided by the owner, if not, you can request it and if the broker does not provide it, you are entitled to temporarily withhold the rent until they do. A break clause is a clause in a tenancy agreement that offers both tenants and landlords the option of prematurely terminating the tenancy agreement during the term of term (for example.B. the tenant may cancel a rent of 12 months 6 months after the term of the term). In essence, each party can “break” the lease before the deadline, as long as the appropriate procedures are followed. Your lease is usually a fixed-term contract, all from 6 months to 3 years. To get out of the fixed network prematurely, you need either a break clause or their owner`s permission. If your rental period runs from the 4th of each month to the next 3 months, it means I can review the agreement and provide you with an answer with a document that you can send them to bring them into the real world. For example, an owner may give you a one-year contract without a break clause and tell you that you must tell them for 2 months of your intention to terminate the contract. Such an agreement would not be applicable, since the contract expires anyway at the end of the period. Such conditions are usually in place, so a landlord can receive an appropriate notification to get a new tenant and, of course, it is advisable to know a landlord if you wish to stay.
The deposit is made in DPS, with the same deposit ID as 2016, we have a new lease, not an extension. The other tenant is the principal tenant, who is not sure that they have received a new confirmation. The owner indicated the agency as his message to address. I think you can look at your previous agreement and see if it has a break clause. 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. If the contract started on August 1, 2017 with a six-month break clause, which you consider to be the first break on February 1, December 1 was the earliest day to report it. Therefore, if you give notice on December 7, the lease can be terminated on February 7. Personally, I would prefer to simply issue my tenant with a 6-month lease (that`s the minimum allowed). In this way, the tenant or landlord, if he wishes to terminate the lease, can waive a break clause.
But also, and perhaps more importantly, if the tenant refuses to evacuate the landlord after a valid notice of ownership (section 21), the judge should grant immediate possession, not ask questions, because the fixed duration of the tenant would have.