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Cardifflandlord is right in that a lease can normally be for any period. However, I think the tenant has the right to stay in a property for at least 6 months from the time a „new“ lease is signed (I think that`s what the Council tried to say when it doesn`t fully understand the law). For example, even if the lease is 2 months (which is still legitimate), a landlord cannot force the tenant to leave until 6 months have elapsed. A tenant has the legal right to remain in the bond for at least 6 months. A temporary rent of 90 days or less is called a short-term rental agreement. When a short temporary rent comes to an end, it does not automatically become a periodic rental agreement. The lease ends and the tenant must move, unless he or she reached an agreement with the landlord. Hello, I have a few questions. we have always been on 6 month agreements with our owners, (they are amazing owners!) due to unforeseen circumstances they need to recover their property, that`s fine from us, as we understand their situation, my question is, they gave us a 2 month lease that we all signed with our two-month termination letter , they gave us the agreement, so that we would be covered for the duration of the communication. Since then, the city council has told us that they cannot do it and that each lease must be at least 6 months. we told our landlord what we were told, and now she is concerned that she will not have a place to live in two months.

someone could please enlighten me on what is true and what is wrong, because I have read a lot in recent days and one article seems to contradict the other, so I`m a little confused. we have an ASTs so I`m just n think our owners are good in their right to repossess their property, as they gave us our two months of termination and have enough reason to terminate the termination? If you have a periodic common lease, you can notify the termination of your lease without the consent of the other tenants, unless your lease says otherwise. It is important to be aware that if you finish your rent, it ends for everyone. Oh, and I think an owner can issue a withdrawal notification within the first two months (unless the lease is in England and started after October 2015, in which case it must be after 4 months) as long as the deposit is guaranteed and the prescribed information has been provided. Otherwise, a section 21 reference is still invalid. You can of course sell the property with the tenants on site, but this will almost certainly affect the value. You can also reach an amicable agreement with your tenants. This should also result in considerable costs if tenants do not want to leave anyway in the near future. The Residential Tenancies Act 2004 gave tenants the right to remain in rental housing after an initial period of 6 months and up to four years.

This right is referred to as a „seniority guarantee“ and applies to both periodic and temporary leases. Your rental agreement then becomes a Part 4 lease agreement and can be followed by another Part 4 rent, both described below. The Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 extended a Part 4 rental fee from 4 to 6 years. This is the case for all leases established as of December 24, 2016. Your landlord can always hire you if you don`t finish your lease properly. In this case, the lease expires on the last day of the fixed term, you had to return your deposit within 10 days.