I think your English is not so good, so my answer is based on what I can do with your contribution. Check your rental agreement to see if you need to have the accommodation cleaned professionally. As far as your mathematics is concerned, your so-called degree does not nullify your mistakes, we are not talking about square equations or the binomial distribution that a teenager can make, but rather as the basic addition and subtraction of numbers to a figure; 6-2-4. Check if your rental agreement says anything about how you should terminate. If he doesn`t say anything, resign by writing a letter to your landlord. You can report it to the Council to see if you think it is overcrowded, it is a bit thin, but it creates a public record and you should provide a protocol every day it has slept on your property. It doesn`t matter if he pays rent to an ex, what matters is where he puts his head and how many times, so create the minutes. It is important to check whether the tenant understands how and when the termination clause should be respected. You can then make sure that the rules of the break clause are properly followed. Enter the break clause, one of the best kept secrets of the rental market. And we`re here to tell you what it is and why it`s important. The lessor is required to give the tenant at least two months if he wishes to enforce the break clause by communing a notification to point 21. For example, if the lease begins on January 1, the landlord should be terminated by May 1 (i.e.
the tenant should have been terminated by then), meaning that the tenant would have to terminate on July 1 (6 months from the beginning of the lease). Some break clauses may have other conditions that you must fulfill. For example, your break clause might say you can`t have rent arrears. As a FYI, I lived last year in another lease with this person in a house. Your certificate is a snapshot of the status at the beginning of the rental. You have to check the conditions, “end on or after” means exactly that it refers to lease or protection? In my non-legal report, the clauses seem to be very poorly written. As a general rule, the duration can be 6 months, one year, 2 years, 3 years, so the break clause in such an agreement is a way out. Regardless of what the tenant says, it is your landlord who is responsible for the restitution of the deposit, it should have been an inventory at the beginning of the rent, and I would insist on one if you leave, because otherwise you could be kept for the damage he does to the property.
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. However, for a new lease (no unilateral renewal), they must issue new IPs, note that IP is not confirmation of the deposit company, but a separate notice containing all the information about the lease. This is different from the initial rent at least in the start time. If your landlord doesn`t give you a new tenant, you can still terminate your tenancy agreement prematurely. You may be able to agree to pay part of the rent for what is left of your fixed life. If you have. B still 3 months to your fixed-term contract, your landlord can agree that you can only pay 2 months` rent instead. In some cases, the activation of a valid break clause by an owner cannot allow him to initiate a property procedure. For example, if the owner of a secure short-term rent intercepts a termination pursuant to a break clause, the temporary rent is only terminated.
The fixed-term lease is automatically replaced by a short-term lease, legally guaranteed by law.  It is also important that the correct amount of notification is given, so it is important that you advise at least one month before the notification will be sent. If this is not done correctly, then the break will not be effective.