Your lease does not automatically end if you move during a temporary rental period. Thank you Sam for your reply. My plan is to terminate one month after my contract expires (March 1) one month in advance. If I give my message, it must be two months. I want to leave as soon as possible, so it feels good to only quit for a month. I`m just afraid they`ll call me and pressure me to renew the contract, and I want to refuse. I`ve been with them for five years. This contribution explains everything about periodic leases, current leases, renewals and what to do if the minimum term of your AST (fixed term) expires soon! In accordance with Section 54 (2) of the Property Act 1925, it is not necessary to have a formal lease agreement written when a tenant resides in a property and pays rent when there is a fixed term of 3 years or less. A new lease is created automatically. When the lease started, the tenant paid a small deposit and had a guaranteed short-term lease, which is now obviously a periodic lease. Twenty years ago, there was no guarantee of deposit, energy certificates or the issuance of the various forms/communications at the beginning of a lease agreement. If your temporary rent has a break clause, you must get all tenants to agree to the termination of the lease, unless your agreement says otherwise.
So if the tenants moved before that date, that`s the end. Tenants are no longer responsible and the landlord no longer has the right to charge rent. Moving into a rolling lease means that your lease becomes a legal periodic lease and runs monthly, depending on the length of the lease. So if your lease is paid monthly, it will run from month to month. If you need another term or a break clause, you need to make sure that this has been included in the new agreement. If your agreement is something like “pay while tenants are established by brokers in the property” or “pay for the duration of it and any other subsequent rent with the tenant,” then you must pay. I have a reminder that payment was found indefinitely for tenants as an unfair term. I think that could have been the case if he had extended beyond two years; if so, then this may be a cynical attempt by the agent to circumvent the finding (they make a new contract and the 2 years start again). This is not the case when tenants reside in the unit. Although, unless there is a periodic lease agreement in place (see below on this one), the lease will always end at midnight on the last day of the fixed term. The lease agreement may end at any time if she and the owner are on the same side and agree.
If tenants remain in The Occupation, in most cases, if no new fixed-term lease or “renewal” has been signed once the fixed-term lease is completed, a new “periodic” lease is automatically created in its place. I want to rent my house for 6 months because I want to spend my winter months in Spain. Can this be done in Scotland? I was told that it was not possible in Scotland, but that it was normal in England.