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Good morning. I will assist with your question - be aware this is an email not chat service therefore maybe delayed in replying.
are you asking if you are liable for the further 3 months?
If you had already given notice prior to this but stayed on, I cannot see why you cannot rely on the earlier notice.
I would need to see the tenancy agreement and to know the dates of the previous notices, and why you didn’t leave and also know the date of the latest notice.
Ultimately, you simply walk out after two months notice, the landlord is going to have to chase you for the other one month or three months, depending on the terms of the tenancy agreement and pursue you through the Small Claims Court if necessary.
Many landlords are reluctant to do that in case it goes to court and the judgement goes against them because then it would apply to all the other tenancy agreements they have.
Can you attach the agreement please? I need to know exactly what the notice provision is. Thank you
Thank you. The clause is useful but I need the full document. It will do later.
If you did not give the three months prior notice, it could well be that you are stuck until the end of the term, however long that is, in which case the three months may be a good deal.
I would not know until I saw the whole document.
Until later then. Please don’t reply as a matter of course, otherwise the question comes back into my inbox as it thinks you are waiting. Thank you.