However (here is the kicker), the law states that property orders are not enforceable within the first six months of a lease, unless there are reasons to evacuate it. This means that a tenant can have a two-month contract (i.e. the tenant can leave if he wishes at the end of the short term), but the landlord can only hold after six months (i.e. resurrect the property) if the tenant wishes to stay longer than the 2 months agreed. You can of course sell the property with the tenants on site, but this will almost certainly affect the value. You can also reach an amicable agreement with your tenants. This should also result in considerable costs if tenants do not want to leave anyway in the near future. If you have a temporary rent with a deadline (z.B 6 months), there are other rules if you want to move prematurely. If your rental agreement is not for visits, you do not need to allow your landlord or broker to access the property. However, it would be wise to allow visits at agreed-upon times, provided 24 hours` notice is provided. When the lease ends with the mutual termination clause in the contract, the mandatory termination period is required. The break clause is visible in section 11 of our AST. Hello Alex, it is also worth noting that if you do not come to an agreement with the landlord, then you will be forced to pay the rent for the duration of the fixed term, since the lease has not been terminated.
Discuss options with other customers mentioned in your agreement. Most rental contracts are now safe, short, so that in most situations where tenants remain after the end of the fixed term, they have a legal periodic rent. If your tenancy agreement is a common tenancy agreement, it may be more difficult to stay in the unit if other tenants want to move. Your landlord can look forward to staying if you can find other tenants to take over the rest of the property. Hello, I have a question, I would be grateful for some advice. I rented my property and the lease expired on April 11, 2015.