In relation to a lease/ tenancy/ rental, an Early Termination Notice is given by the Tenant to the Landlord in relation to the Landlord's breach of the Agreement. This is drafted from the perspective of the Tenant.
The Tenant hereby notifies the Landlord that the Landlord has breached the Agreement due to reasons. As a result of this material breach of the Agreement by the Landlord, the Tennant hereby notify the Landlord that they will be vacating on the Termination Date.
The Tenant will pay the rent as well as water, electricity, and other utilities until the Termination Date. These amounts shall be deducted directly from the security deposit. The Landlord shall refund the remainder of the security deposit to the Tenant on the Termination Date.
This document can be used as a template for an Early Termination Notice is given by the Tenant to the Landlord in relation to the Landlord's breach of the Agreement.
This document should be read carefully by the Landlord and the Tenant.
You may customise the document by including details of details such as the address of the property under tenancy, the name of the Tenant, the Termination Date in which the property will be handed back to the Landlord, and the details of the breach of Agreement.
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