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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. No, not without your agreement. Your tenancy agreement is a contract and it cannot be ended sooner unless there is a break clause contained within it that permits this. In any case, even if you were in agreement, the current notice period according to the law, due to COVID is actually six months, not two.
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That just means they can serve notice on you from month 10 (or vice versa). They still have to actually serve the notice, and it's not changing the tenancy to a periodic one, it is ending it, so if they serve notice according to the break clause, when the notice period is up they have to seek possession (if you haven't moved out). But they are not unilaterally changing the actual agreement by simply saying what they want to do.