As far as bail is concerned, it depends on the agreements. If both agreements were for the same tenant and the same property, and that is the DPS deposit system, then the deposit is properly protected. If one of the first two was not filled, it should have been protected again. Otherwise, if it is the insured system, you should consult the terms and conditions of the system or ask the DPS. If there was a minimum of six months and two months` notice and an interruption period that came into effect at 4 months, there would be a clear communication two months after the 4-month expiry, which would be correlated with the minimum duration of 6 months. My landlord tells me that I have to pay for the 6 months (until a new tenant is found) – the 500 pounds and it must be up to the 1st of a month. What I see is that we have an early termination clause that I do not have to pay more than my notice. The 1.1 is also mentioned, the 1st of a month with the end of the contract or after, not to terminate before. In addition, claiming the 500-pound tax for “re-marketing fees, cavities, etc.” seems a bit high, as stated in previous comments “You can be available for free on sites like OpenRent advertisements”. Here is an example of a break clause (please do not use it without legal advice): If your owner wants you to leave, he must inform you in some way, including some information and warnings. It depends on the nature of the lease and its terms.
I often include break clauses that allow the tenant to terminate the agreement prematurely, but not me (owner), because I understand that people`s circumstances change. The landlord can terminate the lease prematurely without having to give a reason. However, this is usually the most common reason to sell the property or rent it to a family member. If your landlord agrees to have a new tenant, make sure you receive your landlord`s agreement in writing. The agreement must make it clear that your lease is over and that a new lease has been created for the new tenant. It is important that you read and understand your break clause so that you know how and when you can end your rent. Keep a close eye on the terms and terms of your break clause – if you don`t, you may not be able to terminate your lease. If the clause is not clear, ask your landlord or agent to explain it in writing. If you do not extend, replace or replace a rental agreement, but stay in the property at the end of the life, a legal period is created by law.