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Implied Terms in Tenancy Agreements (England) | Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England) | Tenant Wants to Leave (England)

how much notice is a tenant and a landlord required to give if it doesn’t specify in the tenancy agreement?

2 Mar 2016 | 1 comment

How much notice is a tenant and a landlord required to give if it doesn’t specify in the tenancy agreement?

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  1. guildy

    It is two months for a landlord (which could be served now as long as it doesn’t expire before the fixed term). [For landlord notice see herehttp://www.landlordsguild.com/possession-notice-guidance).

    A tenant wouldn’t normally need to give notice to leave on the last day of the term (this may depend on the terms of the tenancy). The tenant has no right to give notice / leave during the fixed term. Once the tenancy goes periodic after the term, the tenant must then give at least a month to expire the day before the rent is due (or the day the rent is due) assuming the rent is monthly. See this article for tenants notice.

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