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Whether because you simply wish to move on, or because there has been a breach of the terms of agreement, the correct way to end a tenancy is dependent on a number of factors.
When deciding how to move forward, you will need to take into account who is ending it, why they are ending it and whether you are on a fixed-term or periodic lease.
It’s also wise to note that fixed-term tenancies don’t automatically end when the period is up. You will still need to provide (or receive) 30 days’ notice.
tenant may give the owner notice of termination on the ground that the tenant
or a dependent of the tenant is, during the tenancy period, likely to be
subjected or exposed to family violence. In such circumstances, the tenant
should seek professional assistance
Owners can provide written notice of termination to tenants on a periodic tenancy if the property has been sold and the contract requires the property to be vacant at handover. In this instance, the owner has to provide you with 30 days’ notice.
If the owner decides to end the tenancy without providing any reason, a minimum of 60 days’ notice is required.