A temporary rent ends on the day set in the tenancy agreement, unless both parties agree to an early termination. For example, if the fixed term is from January 1 to December 31, the lease automatically expires on December 31. Unless the tenant and landlord make other arrangements, the tenant must move by noon on December 31. If a tenant refuses to move after the lease is terminated, the landlord can ask the tenants` court for help. The court may issue an order making ownership of the premises to the owner. If the landlord suffers financially from the tenant`s refusal to move, the court can also order compensation from the tenant. Contact your nearest citizen council for help if you want to end a common lease. Your lease tells you when the break clause may apply. For example, your break clause might indicate that you can terminate your lease 6 months after the start if you terminate 1 month in advance. The tenant can then use this form as evidence to terminate his lease without penalty.
When and how much notification you give depends on the type of lease you have and what your lease says. For example, the lease would end if an unexpected disaster damaged the rental unit, so it cannot be occupied for a long time. A notification at the end of the lease is not required. If only one tenant is mentioned in a tenancy agreement and they die, the tenancy agreement ends on one of the following dates (according to the earliest date). This also applies to fixed-term leases: when a tenancy agreement ends and a tenant has given his transit address in writing to the landlord, the landlord must repay all the sureties plus interest, unless the tenant agrees in writing to authorize the landlord to retain all or part of the deposit or an arbitrator orders the landlord to keep the deposit. If a tenant does not owe the lessor money at the end of his lease and there is no property damage, the loan paid at the beginning of the lease must be fully repaid. 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. A tenant cannot be required to leave the property during a fixed-term contract without an order from QCAT (z.B excessive hardness). Check your rental agreement to find out how much notification you need to give – you may need to give more than the minimum notification. Don`t terminate your lease because your landlord isn`t doing what he should – for example, if he doesn`t make repairs.