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29

September

2016

Notice Periods for ending a tenancy

Either a tenant/resident or a property manager/owner or provider can give the other person notice to end a tenancy, and there are certain rules and timelines that must be followed.

A fixed term agreement means that the tenant or resident has committed to stay and pay rent until the agreed end date and that the property manager/owner or provider will ensure the property is available and the tenant/resident can stay until the agreed end date. If either person wants to end the agreement early they may have to pay remaining rent and/or compensation.

All notices to leave must be given in writing.  If you do not give the correct amount of notice and use the correct form, the other person may ask you to pay compensation

Source RTA

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