So you need the reasons to terminate the lease, but then again your tenant will know about it and probably won`t give you the reason to end the lease. You might try to negotiate, i.e. visits in the last month of renting, board-up, but if he refuses, I don`t think there`s much of what you can do. Even if he has told you that he wants to stay eight months if he changes his mind, he has the right to stay until the expiry of the lease and a court orders possession. If this happens, you serve it a two-month period to end when the 12-month rent ends. I would say you saw the last month of the lease is all that should be expected of you – but he is not prepared to tell you that you are terminating the lease because he wants you to pay the rent there until he has sold it. Explain that your silent enjoyment would be affected by visits and that you will be denied access unless you have received legal advice. The next day, an engineer appeared at our window and said that the exterior work would begin very soon and would last eight to ten weeks – the duration of our lease. A regular AST (common tenancy agreement) refers to all tenants on the same contract and no tenant has sole ownership of part of the property – they are all jointly responsible for the assumption of the property and the payment of the rent. This is easily the most common form of AST used today. With an individual tenancy agreement, each tenant signs his own separate agreement with the landlord.
This means that each tenant has exclusive ownership of a particular room in the accommodation, as well as access to common facilities such as kitchen, bathroom, living room, etc. My tenant gave a month`s written notification, but explained that this might have to be extended as she might not be ready to evacuate by then. Your rental dates vary from 27 to 26 of each month and the rent is paid monthly. If I were the tenant, I would probably feel that the second agreement reduced my rights and disrupted the silent enjoyment of the property, since if the property is now for sale, there will probably be a board to set up and I may be asked to allow visits. As a landlord, can I use a signed lease before the potential tenant gets a job? Tenants may have invested time and money to find an appropriate rental price. It is therefore unlikely that we will simply deny ourselves. Unless, for some reason (perhaps a financial incentive), the tenant agrees to accept termination of the contract when I think he or she could argue that any attempt to prevent it is an illegal eviction.