Read this information instead if you have a periodic or rolling rental contract. You probably have a periodic lease if your last lease has no end date or if that date has expired. The end of a lease does not have to cause a headache to the owners. However, it is very important to do it properly. There are procedures and laws to ensure that you are just and within reason. So before you start to feel like you`re drowning in the rules and rules, here`s a simple guide to the process. If you are a landlord and you are trying to terminate a rental agreement, I would advise you not to inform your tenants too early, as they may find a new home sooner than you are willing to let them escape. If they evacuate early, you will create financial or logistical problems, I would carefully calculate strategically when would be the best time to inform them. Hello, in the article the 2 month termination piece in a periodic rent is a bit vague, does anyone know the law that I need this? I have always thought that there should be two full rental cycles (i.e., if the rent is paid on the 1st and section 21 is served on February 2, the effective termination date would be May 1. February not cost, since the rent has already been paid for this month, it will only apply for March and April…
Sounds good? 1 month`s notice if your lease runs from month to month. Not sure what to do? The tenant moved into my property (with his 15-year-old daughter, but I think my neighbors their `partner` also lives there) on 17/12/18 under a STA and was a rent of 3 months max was charged, so I pulled a supplement for this purpose, to recognize now everything was a ruse. I did not put the deposit in the protected system (the previous tenant was in the property for 15 years, we didn`t even have a contract), I was notified of the system by the tenant only about a month later. In February, she made up for the rent deposit. (Note The deposit was included in the protected system, but unfortunately not in the required time scale). The tenant has not paid rent since March. I work and live in the United Arab Emirates. I informed them in writing by e-mail and returned to Britain in March to take possession. I was able to go to the accommodation with a very good friend. Initially, the tenant was „reasonable,“ although he did not receive a written notice (by email) and said she would move within days, perhaps a week or so. However, when I pushed her to get information about the new accommodation, her attitude changed and I was asked to leave the property. There were several odd jobs that required my brother`s attention, but this was not well accepted.
During the 3 weeks I spent in the UK, she became very difficult and in the end she would not agree with the 3 x appointments I made for my handyman to do the various jobs. She paid for the extra weeks of rent, namely, 17/03 – 24/03, but has not paid anything since. Thus, on 23/05/19, she will be 2 months late. A few weeks ago, I received a very confusing text proposing that a percentage of their gas law be deducted from the April rent. She says it was more than double what it was supposed to be and that it was due to the inefficient heating system. (There was a problem and on Christmas Day the heating seems to have gone out for several hours, but I entered into a contract with British Gas, which was immediately notified and a goodwill gesture of $85 was given and taken from the January rental). She alluded several times to the fact that she was going to leave… But she`s still here.
I`m almost tempted to suggest that if it goes up to 23/05, I`ll pay the above $1,000 bill. Could you recommend the best way to proceed? I`m at the end of my mind. Section 21 is NOT necessarily an eviction notice that is served if a tenant has done something wrong, it is simply a message to inform the tenant that the landlord wishes to take back his property.