These notice periods are intended to give tenants reasonable time to find alternative accommodation for rent. If you can find a property earlier, you can move at any time without having to formally inform yourself. Unless the tenant has been terminated for the end of the fixed term, the tenant`s liability for the payment of the rent ends from the date he returns the property and not at the end of the termination. If special circumstances exist and the continuation of the lease unfairly puts you in difficulty, you can ask the court to terminate your fixed-term contract. You can give freedom of possession (move) and stop paying the rent at any time before the termination date indicated in the notice of contract. You are not required to inform the owner/agent, but it is advisable to inform them in writing. A minimum termination period is not necessary if a termination is made: in most cases, you repair and dismantle the owner/agent in writing – undress and return the keys – in accordance with your notification. You can leave your notice before the date, but you can pay the rent until the end of the notice. If your landlord informs you of his intention to sell the property for the duration of the fixed lease, you can terminate your contract with a minimum of 14 days. There is no penalty.

Yes, the Rent Act requires landlords to keep all rents up to 12 months after the rent. Owners must use the standard [notification of termination] form of NSW Fair Trading. In the notification, the tenant must indicate that he is not obliged to evacuate the premises before the day of termination if he pays the outstanding rent or if he submits with the landlord a rent repayment plan, unless the court orders something else. A termination order terminates the lease and indicates the date on which you must surrender the free property. The expiry of the lease does not necessarily end the lease. If a „periodic“ term is chosen, the lease is automatically renewed on the same terms as the first lease, unless it is amended by a formal termination, in accordance with the law. A one-year „periodic monthly lease“ is therefore in fact 12 separate leases, automatically renewed. The lease is automatically renewed until one of the parties wishes to terminate the lease (by a correct termination, as required by law). A termination decision must be made in writing, signed by you and say that if you violate your lease – that is, if you do not comply with your contractual obligations, for example. B do not pay rent – the landlord/representative can give you 14 days` notice. The lessor can apply to the court for a termination order at any time if he or she is experiencing „unreasonable difficulties“ due to special circumstances, if the lease is not terminated. „Unreasonable distress“ means that the landlord will suffer some kind of injustice if the lease continues.

„Special circumstances“ include an exceptional situation that creates injustices for the owner if the lease continues. There are no definite circumstances, but one example would be that an owner`s current residence was destroyed by fire and they had to occupy the rented premises because they have no other accommodation options. A tenant must inform the landlord as much as possible if he or she must terminate the agreement prematurely.