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Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy

Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 18, 2020
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A Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy is a document which informs a landlord of the tenants intention to terminate their lease. As a tenancy lease is a legally binding contract, it is important to ensure that you exit the agreement correctly and respectfully. By giving your landlord an end of tenancy document, it can help you leave on good terms with your landlord and ensure that there will be no further complications down the line. Customisable and ready for use in under 5 minutes.

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Document Overview

Document Overview

A Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy is a document which informs a landlord of the tenants intention to terminate their lease. If you want to end your tenancy when the fixed term period of the agreement is due to run out, you will need to give at least 14 days' notice to your landlord. This notice can be given up to and including the last day of the fixed term, but can not be given after, otherwise the notice will not be valid. If you want to end your tenancy after the fixed term has ended, you will need to give at least 21 days' notice to your landlord. However, you must pay the rent up to and including the day your notice ends and you vacate. By giving your landlord an end of tenancy document, it can help you leave on good terms with your landlord and ensure that there will be no further complications down the line.

Use this Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy if:

  • If you need to give notice that the tenancy agreement is ending
  • To inform the current landlord that their tenancy is is going to be terminated
  • Allows reasons to be given for termination of lease
  • Allows tenant to express their future intentions

What does the Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy cover?

  • Covers section 97 of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 to give the tenant 21 days notice;
  • Gives the date of when vacant possession will commence;
  • An inspection of the premises will take place.

Other names for Tenant's Letter Giving Notice to End Tenancy include:

  • Periodic tenancy agreement
  • Letter of termination
  • Notice of termination

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