Thank you very much for all your advice! I really appreciate it. We will most likely accept the two-month pause clause. The interruption clause contains additional information about the amount of notification you need to give and additional details to end the rental. You don`t know what you mean by „pay the break,“ because a break clause only says when you can leave. You don`t have to terminate to say you`re leaving on the last day of your fixed term, unless your lease says you have to. If they consent, you must receive it in writing and assign a withdrawal date, preferably one month after receipt of the written agreement. Once you have moved and returned the keys and the landlord has accepted them, you will no longer be responsible for the rent. But the landlord may want to make deductions from your deposit, so you have to follow the procedures as part of the rental life insurance system. Thanks again both, no idea about the HMO thing, (my basic understanding is that it`s the same as tenants together.) Leech is not on the lease, so the actual lease hasn`t changed just to break it.
Always looking for my card to get out of prison. Your certificate is a snapshot of the status at the beginning of the lease. You need to check the terms, „termination on or after“ means exactly that, does it relate to the lease or protection? However, it should not be explicitly stated that this is a BREAK clause, it can only relate to a period of 1 year starting on date X and, in this section, it is said that the contract can only be terminated after X months with a period of X months. If your agreement states that you can terminate your temporary rental agreement prematurely, it means that you have an „interruption clause“. If you contact me via the forum (mail details 202), I can see your rental and suggest a way forward. 1 month notice if your rental takes place from one month to the next. If there is a minimum duration of 6 months and a notice period of 2 months and an interruption period that has come into effect at 4 months, you must terminate 2 months at the expiration of 4 months, which would correspond to the minimum duration of 6 months. As a tenant, you should carefully read the fine print of your rental agreement. Make sure you fully understand the effects of an interruption clause. If no early termination of the lease is foreseen, you can request that an interruption clause be included in the rental negotiations.
For example, if you still have 3 months for your fixed-term contract, your landlord might agree that you only pay 2 months of rental instead. For example, an owner may give you a one-year contract without interruption and say that you must give him 2 months in advance your intention to terminate the contract.. . . .