AST - giving notice after the 6 month lock in period
Tenancy Types and Management

Lucinda
Lucinda
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10 years ago
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Dear RLA
My tenancy agreement is 12 months with a 6 month break. If tenants do not take the 6 month break they are tied in until the end of 12 months. More and more tenants are starting to query this - saying it is not normal, and every other agreement they have ever had has been 6 month lock in and then option to give 2 months notice (on rent payment/contract date) at any time after that. Is that normal? Should I change my agreement?
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L Watts

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