Surrender Of Tenancy Rights Agreement

Okay, I will let you know that I am a landlord that I love in my own house, but I only rent one room, since the tenant in question was from September 3, 2016 to the end of October 2016, she signed a 6-month lease, then she decided that she wanted to move and that she was not happy, Not being able to use my living room, said the advertising room that should not be used when I explained everything to her, when she signed the contract and was indicated on the contract, she became very intimidating during her stay here, that is, constantly knocking, knocking and knocking on doors and kitchen units. When I asked for the name and contact number of the previous owner when moving in, his answer was, “I don`t need to give you that!” Throughout her stay here, I found her disrespectful and rude. In addition, she was unable to choose her moving date, i.e. 13. October, then October 22, then October 2 I found that she had completely upset me. Things got worse when, on moving day (October 2nd), she told me that I had my deposit or that I would keep your keys when she entered, I told her that I was not kindly going to her tone, so I changed the locks to have her suitcases when I asked for my keys, She attacked me verbally and physically, and I had to call the police and they were trying to stop me from doing so. I repaid £50 of her £520 deposit, I might add that she still owes me a daily rent since it was due on October 1st. The police told me it was up to me to be able to return it or not. Could you shed some light on where I am for this I am new to this field and I am not sure what to do, I received a letter from the tenant justice of her and the lies and the way all this is distorted disgusted me and she accused me of harassment???? I wrote texts from her and the police told me not to answer. I haven`t made contact with this woman since the day she left, I sent an email to say that I won`t refund her deposit because she left after signing a six-month deal, and now I have an empty room and a shortfall. The sublet continues under the same conditions and is mandatory for the main lessor, whether or not the sublet was granted with the agreement of the lessor. [11] There are two main ways to terminate a lease. The lessor or tenant may terminate the rental agreement, in accordance with the rules established in the contract.

Alternatively, the landlord and tenant may agree to terminate the tenancy by mutual agreement. To be as complete as possible, any declaration of lease waiver should include: most leases end with the consensual delivery of the contract. This guide explains how to abandon a lease and how to end a lease prematurely with an act of capitulation. For a tacit remission to take effect, there must be a clear act or number of acts, both on the part of the tenants and the lessors, incompatible with the continuation of the lease. [3] In the simplest case, the landlord and tenant agree that the tenant returns the property to the landlord and that the lease is terminated. An owner`s actions must clearly show that they believe the original lease is over.. . . .