My tenants signed a 14-month contract, but they want to leave 11 months early because he has found a new job abroad. I am a fantastic landlord and very friendly with my tenants, but I am devastated about it and I just have to deal with my work and concern for health problems. They refuse to pay advertising fees to replace them, and I came out of my pocket. I think I could refuse to continue looking for replacements and make her responsible for the full 11-month rent. But now it`s happened, it`s really disturbing, and I`d rather find new tenants who want to stay for the whole term rather than swirling me. They do not appear to be staggered by the threat of 11-month rent liability and will still not pay advertising costs. If they go abroad anyway, I have a hellish job that follows the money every month. I do not want the advertisement removed from the filing because it lets the deposit expire in that case anyway, and the advertising costs are due in addition. I can`t let them find the tenants themselves, because I live near them and they could put anyone there who says all the right things to get the lease, and then turn out to be a nightmare after the current one leaves. A consultation, please? I came outside the property, but did not enter and then because of the behavior of the “tenant”, I became from inside the property to “Call Police” I did so first the police were helpful, but after talking with the tenant came aggressive again with me and said I was disgusting, do not admit the rent , because there`s a substance story I don`t know and they won`t tell me. The tenant earns more than 60k plus three times what I do (I`m not social services) The police told me to get all their refunds in full and she was going to leave (the agent was now on vacation and couldn`t do this and couldn`t do it all I could) To bring this climbing situation, I went and then gave all the money to the family member who went to give it to them (before police) she refused the money and the family member noticed that they had completely moved in and were not going everywhere, and he went out to inform me of what was going on inside, I did not enter. They had said that they had never refused the property (you refuse ownership of four different people, For the new leases of 3 years or less concluded on March 23, 2020, the break fee will continue to be regulated and set at the following amounts, depending on the part of the temporary period in which you are located: the limited duration, regardless of the type of rental contract , has a unique function – the lease for the fixed period, usually 6 or 12 months. During this period, neither the landlord nor the tenant can change any of the terms of the contract.
It is best not to leave your home without notice or to get your landlord`s approval to leave. Your lease is not finished and you have to pay your rent until you finish your rent in the right way. You may have to pay other bills – for example, municipal tax. I am renting a property for which I signed a 6-month contract in August 2015. In August 2016, I received a new 12-month agreement that changes the monthly rent.