If there is an interruption clause in the rental agreement, your landlord can let you know. However, your landlord does not have a guaranteed property right for the first 6 months of the lease. I do not understand why. Provided that the tenants agree to sign such an agreement. The rental terms may not be exactly the same as for your current temporary lease. According to the common law, the notice period that the tenant must give is that of the period (which is why most periodic tenants give one month`s notice, since their period is monthly). Most landlords enter the minimum of six months and then let the lease continue until either party wants to end it. Six months alone is quite destabilizing as the legal minimum for ASTs. Why would a tenant who already has annual extensions (and clearly a good tenant) voluntarily accept a possible evacuation every three months? Landlords` law leases already provide for a fixed contractual term, so (if you were a member of the landlord`s law) anything that would be needed would be a small change that I would design for you if you asked me the question in the members forum. It`s a good idea to let your landlord know you`re planning to leave, even if it`s not mentioned in your agreement. The lease should be well developed to ensure that it “works”. If you were laid off between March 26, 2020 and August 28, 2020, your landlord must give you 3 months to leave the property. You may be able to end your temporary lease early with an interruption clause or by negotiating with your landlord.

As a general rule, your rental agreement ends automatically if you leave until the last day of the limited time. Some contracts state that you must terminate, so check your agreement. Discuss options with the other customers mentioned in your agreement. A lease is a contract between you and a landlord. As a rule, the notice period they must grant is a maximum of 2 months. A vacation rental agreement (to be found here) is a license to use, but on terms that clearly indicate that the nature of the contract is temporary and short-term.. . . .