Yes, I resigned to resign after 4 months of nine-month lease. My landlord was not interested in renting a property for the rest of 5 months (until August 2019). He wanted us to pay 5 months of rent and bills before moving, as by contract. That is what we did. We are now out of that quality. However, as stated above, a lessor has the legal right to repossess his property at the end of the lease (deadline set in the rental agreement). Depending on the phase in which the lease is located, particularly as the end date approaches, or in a periodic lease agreement, it may be worth following track 21, given that ownership is automatically granted to the lessor without question (provided that section 21 has been served in the right circumstances). Terminating a lease may be necessary if your personal or financial conditions change. • Your landlord voluntarily agrees to terminate your lease prematurely. You should ask your landlord to confirm their consent in writing. If they agree, you must receive it in writing and assign a withdrawal date, preferably one month after receiving the written agreement. .

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