Just to let you know that there is another advice form gone online for you.
If your tenancy is a periodic tenancy and you want to end it – what do you do? The answer is to serve a tenants Notice to Quit form on your landlord.
This advice guide provides the wording for a tenants Notice to Quit so you can do that. However, it also has guidance on
- What a periodic tenancy is
- When you can use your Notice to Quit – ie not during the fixed term
- Some extra guidance on ending tenancies generally
- How to work out the correct notice period
- Any problems that might arise
- What happens if there is more than one tenant
- Where and how you serve the notice
A very useful guide. In most cases, your landlord will accept a letter which does not comply with the rules, but it is best to serve a proper notice to quit – then there is no argument. The tenancy will have ended.
You will find the Advice Guide here.