Ways in which your tenancy can end:
- If you signed up on a periodic tenancy then you can give 21 days notice in writing to end your tenancy.
- If you are on a periodic tenancy then we can give you notice of either 42 days notice or 90 days notice depending on the circumstances. If this does happen then your Property Manager will explain in further detail at the time the notice is given.
- Your tenancy may be ended by the Tenancy Tribunal if there is a breach of the tenancy agreement.
- If you have signed a fixed tenancy then the tenancy will run to the end date of the tenancy agreement.
- If circumstances arise or you have sought to break your tenancy and all parties have agreed in writing to end the tenancy before the expiry date.
If you have requested to move out of the property before your fixed tenancy ends then you must inform your property manager in writing. We will then advertise the property but please note you are required to pay your rent until a suitable tenant is found to replace you for the balance of the fixed term.
Once you have moved out of the property all keys, garage remotes, security access cards must be returned to one of Cooper & Co’s Property Management Offices. Please note that if we do not receive the keys then you can be held liable for paying rent until the keys are returned or if we require urgent access then the cost of the locks being changed can be claimed from your bond.
Once you have returned your keys your Property Manager will carry out the final inspection.
If you have not completed all the items on the exit checklist then your Property Manager will discuss this with you and arrange for them to be done. The cost of this will be claimed from your bond.
If you do not agree then the bond is put into dispute, a claim will be made to the Tenancy Tribunal for the final decision on how the bond will be allocated/repaid.