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You cannot legally end the te***** *****ke that. If there is no break clause you’ll need to her permission from your landlord you can end it. If he agrees then all obligations by you under the contract cease to exist.
Your landlord may agree but on the condition you find someone else to replace you as a tenant. In that case then you will be liable for rent until the day the new tenant replaces you.
Outside of that, you can not legally break the tenancy I’m afraid and if you did then your landlord may pursue you for any outstanding rent.
I hope I have helped clarify matters for you today. Please let me know if you have any further questions. I will be happy to help. All the best. John.
Hello, I hope I have helped clarify matters for you today. Please let me know if you have any further questions. I will be happy to help. All the best. John.
Hello, my apologies but I do not work on here on weekends. You can propose a replacement tenant to the landlord, yes. If the landlord does not accept the tenant, then your position will remain the same unfortunately until a suitable tenant is located.