Please can you explain to me what a break clause actually means?
A break clause is a clause in a contract that allow a person or party to end the contract early. Each contract may be slightly different but this is typically 6 months prior to the end of the Tenancy agreement but with a 2 month notice period.
If your tenancy agreement is 12 months long. Either party (Landlord or tenants) are able to give 2 months notice any time after 6 months, meaning the contract can be terminated after a minimum of 8 months (4 months prior to the original term) .
2nd June 2015
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