Who Can End the Agreement?


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A landlord can end the tenancy  depending on the kind of tenancy agreement and terms involved.

For assured shorthold tenancies

If the following conditions are met, the landlord may take back the property without providing a reason:

  • The tenancy deposit of the tenant has been protected in a scheme.
  • The landlord has given two months’ notice to the tenant with a final date for leaving.
  • The date the tenant is required to leave is at least six months after the start of the original tenancy.

The tenancy agreement is for a fixed period and the landlord is not requesting they leave before the original agreed time.


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