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Leaving fix contract


Hello there


My partner and I are looking for advice in relation to our current tenancy contract. We have the opportunity to purchase our own home which we are pursuing with much vigour! Our estate agent is proving difficult and insisting that we are eligible for all rent on our current (rented) property and looking at our contract we are not sure if that is the case, it seems to be poorly worded. Please see the below extract from our contract.


"The Tenant may bring the Tenancy to an end at any time before the expiry of the Term (but

not earlier than 24 months from the Commencement Date or the date of this Agreement whichever

shall be the later) by giving to the Landlord not less than two months written notice that the

Tenant wishes to give up possession of the property.


The tenant agrees to pay all reasonable remarketing costs for breach of tenancy and early

termination, to be re-let for a minimum period in line with original tenancy agreement;"


We are more than happy to pay all reasonable remarking costs and have written directly to our Landlord to express that however we have unfortunately not had a response. Please could we ask you to have a look and see if we are in fact liable for all rent until October of this year, or able to leave early with reasonable penalties to be paid.





Thank you for your post. I am sorry that it has taken us some time to respond as this was only a pilot project. The clause of your lease that you provided suggests that you are liable to pay the first 24 month's rent and must give notice within the last 24 months (at least two months before the 24th month) in order to break the lease on the 24th Month. If you fail to serve notice on time you will be liable for a further two month's rent.  

I would of course have to see your lease  to advise properly as there may be other possibilities of negotiating out of your current lease. I.e. you may be able to assign the lease by paying for re-marketing costs etc. 


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