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You say you have already made a proposal to the landlord, what did he say in response to your proposal?
You may surrender a deed yes. What I am trying to ascertain is what was proposed and what it is you would like for me to clarify for you?
Thanks for the clarification.
It is a legal way to surrender a lease. It is strongly advisable however that you surrender the tenancy in writing because surrenders without a written agreement (implied surrenders) are a lot messier and more complicated.However, the terms and what is included is based on what you agree. So, you may essentially agree to pay the things you have proposed in order to surrender. You would however need to ensure that whatever is paid a final settlement.
As a general guide, You should ensure that it includes
, at the very least, the following inFormation:
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