1. Early termination – If the landlord or tenant has a current tenancy agreement and wishes to terminate it before the expiry date, the letter of early termination must be sent to the other party. If the tenant resigns because he has lost his job and cannot pay the rent, the landlord will understand much more because he does not want to go through the eviction process to evacuate the tenant. Both parties, while unlikely, have the option of refusing the other party`s request to terminate the lease and to stay until it expires. End-of-rent letters are most used to allow a tenant or landlord to terminate a monthly tenancy agreement (also known as an “all-you-can-eat lease”). A termination letter can also be used to try to terminate a tenancy agreement if the tenant or lessor has breached its tenancy agreement by filing a notice of termination, although in this case each party generally has time to “cure” the problem. If the lease does not allow the lease to be terminated prematurely, the tenant can make a formal request for termination, but it is up to the landlord to decide whether he wishes to release the tenant. An early termination letter is an invitation from a tenant to a tenancy agreement requiring early or early termination of the contract that must expire within a specified period or date. This may be the case for a variety of reasons why the tenant can request early termination of their tenancy agreement, for example.
B the tenant`s move to another city, a new job, among others. However, sending a letter does not guarantee that the lessor can respond to the request and can continue to charge the tenant for the unused duration of the tenancy agreement. Nevertheless, the sending of this letter is an act of goodwill on the part of the tenant that can be taken into account by the lessor, especially when the circumstances leading to the request may affect the landlord`s ability to recover payments. 2. Delayed tenancy – If the landlord or tenant has fallen behind in their tenancy agreement, the other party may try to begin the process by terminating the contract. [Subject: Usually bold, summarizes the intent of the letter] -Optional- If you want to terminate a month-to-month or weekly lease, use our eviction notice instead. Unfortunately, if landlords and tenants cannot agree, they must each follow their own legal path to terminate the tenancy agreement.