7.9.2 If the lessor wishes to terminate the rental agreement created at or any time after the expiry of the first six months, he must inform the tenant in writing of this wish at least two months in advance, then the rental contract created ends immediately after the expiry of this communication and is not valid. A periodic contract prevents the creation of a legal periodic lease, because the conditions it contains are permanent, it can have a minimum duration of 6 months, but it can say that it will then continue until termination under the terms of the contract, which may include a notice of 2 months. As was the case after the sixth month, the agents told him that he had missed his opportunity to end the tenancy prematurely and stay there until the end of the limited time. If this is not the case, you have to pay a penalty that can often be used to reach an agreement. If the landlords and tenants agree at some point during the fixed term to terminate the rental agreement (for any reason), whether or not there is an interruption clause, the normal procedure is for the tenant to empty all his possessions and return the keys. There are certain circumstances in which you can enter into a lease based on promises made by your landlord or essays given to you. You may then feel that this is the reason why you entered into the lease. If you feel that you have been tempted or misinformed to a contract, you may have the option to withdraw from the contract and terminate the rental agreement earlier than the temporary or interruption clause. You say that if they do, you will sign a settlement agreement so that you do not claim the protection of the surety or deliver the prescribed information within 30 days. In such an agreement, you agree not to approve the claims. Without an interruption clause, the S21 would be thrown to court, but some owners think it`s worth sending if you leave. I can look at the agreement and give you an answer with a document that you can send them to bring them into the real world. The tenant is entitled to “exclusive ownership” and “silent enjoyment” of the premises during the lease.
It is the owner who is responsible for the absence of unfair terms in the agreement. Between individuals, however, it can be said that the interruption clause could be unfair if the conditions of compliance were too strict. . . .