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Hi thank you for your message, no you do not need to provide an alternative tenant in essence, what clause 7 states is you can leave by giving 3 months notice but you cannot give the notice within the first 3 months of starting the contract. In this case you gave the 3 months notice after the first 3 months the tenancy an therefore can leave. I hope this helps, if you can please accept my answer and rate me 5 stars (in the top right of your screen) then Just Answer will credit me for helping you today.
Hi thank you for your message, the terms of the lease clearly state you can leave giving 3 months notice. The other clause 18.13. refers to additional occupants not applicable here and giving notice in circumstances in which you are giving up the tenancy for another occupant that is not the case here. Clause 7 clearly states it is an exception to the end date applying in 2.0F. Therefore, you can leave he could try to bring court action if he wants but he will lose. I hope this helps, if you can please accept my answer and rate me 5 stars (in the top right of your screen) then Just Answer will credit me for helping you today.
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Hi thank you for your message, 7.2 states that you will be responsible in paying costs reasonably incurred then the tenancy shall end. One of the expenses listed is in relation to permission by the landlord being granted which would appear to be a reference to clause 18.13 but 18.13 and the replacement tenant but you are not giving notice for another tenant to take over the tenancy you are just giving notice therefore any reference to expenses related to a replacement tenant or the landlords permission in that regard is not applicable. Furthermore, any ambiguity in relation to clauses shall be interpreted against the party seeking to rely on them in this case the landlord so again the position stands you can leave with 3 months notice and do not need permission to do so. Furthermore, there would be no point having a notice clause to end the tenancy early if you always need the landlords permission to end early because they could always agree to end any tenancy early notwithstanding any provision in the lease.
Hi thank you for your message, you should have their address on the tenancy agreement or that of their agent if so post them back to them recorded delivery so you have evidence of receipt.
Hi yes, I can take a look but would you be able to post this as a new question so that I get credit for my time?
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