Hello, we signed up for an AST on March 21st and 7 weeks, we had to leave, our landlord agreed only if they could get insurance from us, we gave them two months of cash rent, and they agreed to cancel 2 months in advance, but they told us we had to pay for the next two months, This means that they will receive their total rent of 6 months. We reluctantly gave them the money, and they assured us that if we decided to stay or if they received a new tenant, we could get it back. They insured themselves a new tenant the same month we are leaving, but they are not going to return our insurance in cash and say that this is their compensation, it was not the agreement. Are we entitled to this money minus their relocation costs or can the landlord take 2 rents on the same land? As for the conditions, the other tenant does not dictate the rental conditions of the second room, unless he wishes to pay the second sentence of rental of the 2nd room. The court will be proof of your circumstances (e.g.B. finance or health) and that of the owner. If he takes the order, he can also order you to compensate the landlord for the premature termination of the temporary lease. If no interruption clause is mentioned in the contract and the lessor refuses to terminate prematurely, the tenant is contractually obliged to pay you the rent for the entire duration of the fixed period. You can do it with you at any time. You do not need to wait for the end of the lease or rental period. The landlord or tenant cannot prematurely terminate a temporary rental agreement. However, there are a few options if the landlord or tenant wants to do this. Assigning means that the new customer takes care of your rental.
The new tenant does not need to enter into a new agreement with the landlord and the rent remains the same. If you assign your rental agreement, you do not have the right to reinstate and you are not responsible if the new tenant causes damage or is liable for rent. (a) the owner/intermediary has breached the contract and (b) the breach is sufficient to warrant termination. If you only want to leave your place for a few months and then come back, you may be can sublet to someone else while you`re gone. To do this, you need to get your landlord to agree. But your landlord can`t refuse for no reason. The subletting rules are complicated. Try to get legal advice before subletting. The worst thing is when the tenants leave – for me, it`s the pits. .