You can usually cancel at any time, unless you have an interruption clause or a lease that says otherwise. The standard pause clause can be activated at the point of four months of our AST by one of the parties respecting a period of two months. Interruption clauses are usually inserted in the center of a contract. For example, a 12-month contract would include a six-month interruption clause that would allow the tenant or landlord to terminate the AST after six months instead of 12 months. A 24-month contract would include an interruption clause after 12 months. If you think you will benefit from professional advice on the termination of a tenancy – whether you want to apply an interruption clause or you are having trouble revoking a tenant – you can seek free legal advice from LegalforLandlords (100% no obligation). Does that mean that if she wants to stay and I want to leave, I just can`t leave the rental and I`m stuck with someone who doesn`t want to accept that we`re both the same in the contract? I read on the Internet that in the case of joint rentals, agencies or landlords expect us to solve our own problems, but the only solution to this problem is to break the rental and rent separately. Should I involve the agency and inform them of these recurring issues and ask them to take action? I wouldn`t mind being removed from the contract as long as I get my share of the deposit back, but if I leave, I doubt she will return the money to me immediately due to her money problems – the lease makes it clear that if one tenant leaves, the other will have to repay her the deposit share. I don`t think this situation is fair because if they find a new tenant, will that person live there with my deposit and if they keep renting there for 2 years, does that mean I will see the deposit in my account in 2 years? We have not spoken for the last 4 months since the arrival of the bloodsuckers, she believes that she has the right to have it because it is her friend. I have already asked him to take care of the rental, but he does not have an IDENTITY card, passport or bank account, even though he works here and has lived here all his life. They didn`t agree to take care of my half of the rental and obviously pay higher bills/rent. I started a newspaper when he`s here, it`s my word against his, so it doesn`t mean much.
He`s been here every day since November 7th, except for 5 nights when they both left and 1 night he spent at A&E because of an overdose. So that means there is no time limit AT ANY TIME, it is actually a minimum of six months, which is what I said. You can try to make an agreement with your landlord to end your tenancy, for example, if: If the landlord tries to get you out and you don`t want to leave, then it seems reasonable to me to argue that the landlord clause only allows the termination to expire at the end of 6 months.. .