Ending A Tenancy

To end your tenancy you will need to give written notice. The notice period required will be different depending on the situation. You can also end your tenancy by moving out after you have been given notice by the landlord.

At the end of the fixed term

If you want to end your tenancy when the fixed term period of the agreement is due to run out, you will need to give at least 14 days’ notice. This notice can be given up to and including the last day of the fixed term.

After the fixed term

If you want to end your tenancy after the fixed term has ended (and you have not signed another agreement), you will need to give at least 21 days’ notice. This notice can be given at any time and does not have to line up with the rent payment cycle. You must pay the rent up to and including the day your notice ends and you vacate.

When a property is put up for sale

If your landlord notifies you of their intention to sell the property during the fixed term of your tenancy, you can end your agreement, without having to compensate the landlord for the early termination, by giving at least 14 days’ notice. However, this does not apply if before you entered into the tenancy agreement, your landlord disclosed the proposed sale to you for which a contract for sale was prepared.
If you intend to vacate your current premises, please provide the details below and your property manager will contact you as soon as possible.