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One Month's Notice?

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Hello,

I am new here and wondered if anyone could help answer my question?

We have a 12 month lease with a break clause at 6 months.

The six months have just passed and we wish to give our notice.  We want to do it today 30th May to leave 30th June but we have been told that as we signed our lease on 23rd November if we give notice today we will have to pay rent until 23rd July.  This is nearly two months!  I am searching through our lease and cannot find the wording that would say one way or another but it does seem unfair. 

I would be grateful for any help and advice,

Many thanks,

Anne

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Hello, 

Sorry but without the exact wording of the tenancy agreement and the clause nobody can say for sure. 

Tenancy agreements typically are very specific with break clauses to prevent issues such as yours, but without reading it I can’t say.

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