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Tenant's Notice to Terminate Tenancy

Sometimes within a landlord-tenant relationship, even when a lease has been signed, plans may change. No one likes to break a contract, but prompt, written notice can help both parties resolve the... Read more

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  • What is a Tenant's Notice to Terminate Tenancy?

    Sometimes within a landlord-tenant relationship, even when a lease has been signed, plans may change. No one likes to break a contract, but prompt, written notice can help both parties resolve the situation without having to go to court.

  • How do I write a lease termination letter?

    Drafting a lease termination letter is as simple as using Rocket Lawyer's free Lease Termination Letter template. Simply select your state, answer a few basic questions, and then you can save, sign, print, and download your document once you're finished.

  • How do you write a 30-day notice to break a lease?

    The Lease Termination Letter template can be used to draft a letter to your landlord or property manager. The letter may include:

    • The send date and move out timeline
    • Reason for terminating the lease
    • Tenant's current name and address
    • Tenant's future address if available (for return of security deposit)
  • Do you have to pay rent if you give a 30 day notice?

    This will depend on whether you are still bound under a Lease Agreement. If the lease is still valid, then yes, you still owe rent. If you don't pay the rent, the landlord will likely deduct this amount from your security deposit.

  • What happens if you don't give a 30-day notice?

    If you don't give the amount of notice required within your signed lease, it may be within your landlord's rights to charge for another rent period. If you move out without giving notice or paying remaining rent, your landlord may decide to take the remaining rent out of your security deposit, or pursue further legal action.

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