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Tenant

Can i ask a question. It seems silly to ask as i’ve always been told the same answer to this question but i’m just wanting to make sure. We have to give a months notice to leave our property but does it have to be a month on our rent payment date or can it be 4 weeks from now for example?

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Agent

Hi Marie, Assuming you’re paying rent monthly you should give notice before the next rent due date, so give at least one months clear notice. As a letting agent I always appreciate tenants giving as much notice as possible.
Hope that helps, Jeremy

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Tenant

As Jeremy stated below, the best thing is to give notice as early as possible. But it depends what it says in your contract. If you need to give a minimum of 1 month’s notice, and your rent date is, for example, 2nd of every month, to leave on 2nd March you would have to give your notice on 2nd February.

Hope this helps and good luck in the future.

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