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Hi, I’m Lea and I will be assisting you with your query today.
I am very sorry to hear about your dilemma, but will do my best to provide you with advice and guidance on what to do next. Are you asking whether you have to give a month's notice? When does your tenancy end, and when did you inform the landlord you were moving out at the end of the term?
It may be useful for you to cut and paste the termination clause in the tenancy agreement for me to review. Do not attach the whole tenancy agreement as I will need to charge for reading through it (happy to provide you a premium service offer if you would in fact prefer for me to read it).
The following is useful info to assist you with the site:
If the termination clause is the sum total of when the tenancy becomes a periodic tenancy, then no notice is required to leave at the end of term.
It is, of course, common courtesy to let the landlord know you will be leaving so that checkouts can be completed and deposit returned in a timely fashion. If you have notified the landlord that you will be gone by 13th June, then that is sufficient. Though I have not read the full tenancy agreement (as I said, happy to do so but it will cost you for my time). Based on the screen shot of the information about the periodic element, my response above is accurate - you can leave by 13th June, so long as you do not stay even one second into 14th June, because if you do, then you will be in a periodic tenancy and will need to give a month's notice to leave.
A new tenancy agreement is encapsulated in itself, unless it refers to including terms from previous tenancies.
If there are none attached, then there aren't any.
How many pages is it?
Price would be the same if it was 2 pages to be fair.
I don't need to read it if what you have said is accurate about its contents.
As I said above, if the current tenancy doesn't say it includes clauses from the previous tenancies, then it stands as it is.
Does that clarify everything?
You're very welcome.
All the best!
I am happy to review your tenancy agreement for a premium service offer, as per the discussion yesterday.