The purpose of this letter is to act as a notice for my lease. I am currently a tenant at the above address under the terms of a rental agreement that expires on [Lease.ExpirationDate]. This letter serves as an invitation not to renew or renew the lease and I will plow the property at the latest under the name [Exit.Date]. SD Law – Associates are experts in real estate law and we have extensive experience in supporting landlords and tenants in a satisfactory resolution of a large number of real estate disputes, including evictions. Today, let`s help yourself with your eviction dispute and your lease. Contact Simon on 087 550 2740 or e-mail email@example.com. This item is ideal for landlords and tenants, as I will provide both documents for both parties. Please note that these documents have not been verified by a lawyer, this is the documentation I use for my personal investment units. Therefore, if you have a lease agreement for a new tenant and you think you want to sell the property in the future or resume occupancy for your own needs, it is probably advisable to include a clause of this type. But what if you have existing tenants and you have informed them by law to leave the property, under the terms of the lease and the CPA (perhaps there was an invaluable violation), and they will not waver? It is a very different situation.
What can you do? A termination by the tenant is granted to the owner of a building by his tenants and serves as an indication that the tenant will terminate his tenancy agreement in the near future. The termination may be due to the end of a lease period, death, military obligation or any other reason. To some extent, your rights as an owner depend on what is written in the lease. (We have already written about the importance of having a written lease. See tips for a happier lease and consumer protection law and leases.) Under PIE, your tenant is protected from illegal eviction. The Consumer Protection Act (CPA) provides an additional level of protection. In the case of the CPA, a tenant is protected for the duration of the lease in the absence of a substantial violation on the part of the tenants. The lessor can terminate the lease in the event of a substantial breach by informing 20 business days in advance of the infringement; but the landlord must give the tenant the opportunity to repair the offence. If they do, you do not have the right to evict the tenant and reintegrate the tenant until the end of the contract. However, when the lease is established, it is permissible to include a clause allowing the lessor to terminate the lease with a period of two months if the lessor chooses to sell or re-enthrone the property.