Every landlord will eventually face a situation in which they need to
evict a tenant.
If you want your tenant to move on earlier than planned, however, there
are certain rules you must follow before showing them the door and these vary
slightly from State to State.
Even if an agreement has a fixed end date, you will need to give the
notice to end the tenancy.
Because the tenant's rights to remain in the property are
protected, if you want to end the tenancy, you should check:
• The reasons allowed for giving notice in your State to end a tenancy
• Whether the notice needs to be given on an official notice or form
• How much notice you need to give before the end of the tenancy agreement
If this isn’t done, they run the risk of causing an unnecessary delay in
getting back possession of their property or having to start the process all
Here’s what you need to know…
During 2020 all states amended their legislation due to Covid19 to
protect tenants during this challenging period.
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Tuesday, 23 February 2021