Putting notice in on a rented property?
In may this year theyve decided to put the property on the market so obviously I've had to make plans to move out.
My original tenancy said 2 months notice should be given. But they ran out last October so would this still stand or am I in my right to only give 1 month?
Thanks if anyone can help me with this🙈
- InLv 77 months ago
Since your lease expired and they have continued to accept rent payments then you are a "tenant at will" and you are only required to give 30 days notice.
- Ding DongLv 67 months ago
If your tenancy expired then it doesn't stand. It was on you to make sure you get another one when it ran out.
- Girlie ElectricsLv 77 months ago
TYPICALLY the LL/agent gives the tenant 2 full months, the tenant is TYPICALLY required to give 1 full month notice.
What your original tenancy agreement states is what counts.
You could ask the LL/agent to confirm what notice they expect from you.
- babyboomer1001Lv 77 months ago
Two months is two months. When the lease rolls over to month to month, it is ALWAYS on the same terms & conditions.Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience & with Landlord & Tenant law experience.
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- SimplytheFACTSLv 77 months ago
the old rules stay in effect...2 months notic
- Landlord365Lv 57 months ago
Yes the 2 mo is typically still required. When the original lease expires all the terms & conditions remain in effect.
- Anonymous7 months ago
Sorry its completely missed out the first bit. I got a 12month tenancy agreement 1.10.17- but weve never signed another or been asked to