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I want to give my landlord 30 days notice but I dont know If I can give her anytime.

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Hi, thanks for posting in our forum. We have an article in our Help and Advice section on how to give notice and common mistakes to avoid. Below is an extract and the url for the page. Let us know if there is anything we can clarify for you.

“When you want to move out you should first check your tenancy agreement for the guidelines you have already legally agreed to follow. Compare your move-in date at the new property with your current rent cycle and, as early as possible, discuss the precise date you want to move out with your landlord. It is unlikely that the old rent date and new rent date will coincide, but if you notify your landlord or letting agent of the date you want to move out, they may be more likely to accommodate you and let you pay, say, one week’s rent, rather than a whole extra month just for a few days more in the property. The more advance notice you give them, the more agreeable they are likely to be.

– You must give at least 28 days’ notice that you are moving out

– You must give notice in writing

– If you want to move out before your initial fixed term has finished you will have to negotiate with your landlord

– The more notice you give, the more likely your landlord or letting agent is to accommodate you with move-out dates which do not coincide with rent day

– Landlords and letting agents are usually negotiable if you want to stay on just a little longer”


All the best.

Disclaimer: This information is derived from personal experience and should not be relied upon as a definitive or accurate interpretation of the law.

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