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If you have a 12-month contract, you are only tied in for that period.
At the end, you or any tenant can give notice.
If the landlord wants to continue with the remaining tenants they can.
But you can NOT be liable for anything beyond 12 months if you dont want to stay
You signed a 12 month contract, nothing more.
So you can leave.
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No. You can END the agreement by giving 1 months notice
They can NOT extend it.
I hope that helps.
Its a 12 month tenancy. You can NOT, I repeat, can NOT be bound beyond 12 months.
What happens if they want to stay there for 20 years? Are you liable then? Of course not.
Your agreement ends after 12 months.
The landlord can then sign a new one with the tenants.
I hope that assists
As a matter of law, you can not be bound beyond 12 months for a 1 years contract.
I hope that clarifies.