Notice to quit

Tenant

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Description:

This is a draft letter of notice for a tenant to inform their landlords that they intend to vacate the property and bring the tenancy to an end. This notice is necessary when the lease operates on a rolling basis and there is no specified end date for the lease.

How to use this Document?

This document should be used by a tenant and read carefully by the landlord.

The termination clause of the lease usually provides that there is a minimum notice period and the tenant would need to vacate the property within that notice period to bring the lease to an end properly. Hence, tenants must check the content of their termination clauses within their lease before using this draft letter of notice to quit.

Landlords, on the other hand, should contact their property agents immediately to arrange for an inspection after the tenants vacate the property.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Personal > Property > Tenancy, Lease & Rental Agreement

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