I hope that the tenant has the same break clause to avoid problems of unfair terms in the rules of the consumer contract! Your rental agreement and the initial IP must contain the landlord`s details, otherwise you can request it and if the agent does not provide it, you have the right to temporarily withhold the rent until they do. “It is possible to terminate this contract at any time after 8 months after the start date” Do you use an interruption clause in your rental? If so, I`d be interested to see what it says. Would you mind copying/pasting it? Has anyone ever enforced the termination clause? You can`t normally remove an interruption clause, make sure you have a place you can go before you resign. Landlords think they can put all the old in a lease, but that doesn`t make it valid or enforceable. You have the right to demand a modification, to impose clauses and the owner has the right not to give his consent, while until the agreement, the SPT continues and requires a notice of 2 months on the correct form S21. An interruption clause is inserted in a rental contract and terminates the contract in advance either by the tenant or by the owner. In essence, this means that any party can breach the Assured Tenancy Shorthold (AST) agreement without effect. From the tenant`s point of view, this means leaving the property earlier than the initial term set at the beginning of the contract. 7.9 Rent breach clause 7.9.1 In the event that the tenant wishes to terminate the resulting rental agreement at or at any time after the expiry of the first six months, he must inform the lessor in writing of this wish at least one month in advance and pay the rent and respect and honor the contracts and obligations of the tenant at least one month in advance. An interruption clause provides you with an additional level of security for you and the owner in the event of unforeseen circumstances. The vast majority of rentals last for the duration of the AST and longer, but it is good to cover yourself with an interruption clause, just in case the unexpected happens. .

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