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I assume it’s at the end of the fixed period?
Once notice is given by one tenant the whole agreement will come to an end.
If the agents want to contract with the remaining tenants then they have to form a new contract.
But you are not party to any new contract.
Your contract would end and you would not be liable for rent beyond the period as you have given notice and moved out.
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Yes, I realise that. But it is a matter between the Landlord and the remaining Tenant.
But you are not liable if a tenant remains.
Does that assist?
You can't be - your agreement has ended.
You are not liable for that of other tenants
If they want to let the one tenant stay, they need a new agreement
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