Vacating

VACATION OF PREMISES

When you decide to vacate the property you are required to give 28 days’ written notice. If you are in a fixed term tenancy the date of your intent to vacate can not be before your lease expiry date. Your notice may be mailed, emailed, faxed or hand delivered to our Office.  The 28 days’ notice will commence from the time it is received and not the date it is sent.  It is the Tenants responsibility to ensure that the notice is received by the Agent.  Should you need to break the lease and vacate earlier than your lease expiry date please read BREAKING A LEASE.  

28 day notice to vacate 

 

BREAKING A LEASE

Your Lease Agreement is a legally binding document and thus there is a process that needs to be followed in order to terminate your lease. There may be a need to break your lease early due to unforeseen circumstances or reasons outside of your control. In the first instance, please contact the Property Manager to inform them of your intention.  They will notify you of your legal obligations of breaking a lease.  In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 you will be required to pay all costs incurred as outlined in your Lease Agreement.  You will still be required to give a minimum of 28 days’ notice in writing even in a break lease situation.