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Ending Your Tenancy

By Datography Ltd published on 14/02/2018  

If you want to give notice to your Landlord to end your tenancy agreement you must do so in a legal manner. If you don’t you could find yourself paying rent even though you don’t live in the property anymore. The first thing you must do is check what type of tenancy agreement you have. There are two types. A fixed term tenancy which means you have a date when the tenancy ends and a periodic tenanc Tags: Tenancy, Ending, Fixed Term, Periodic Tenancy