The end of your tenancy period is coming and among all the preparations of moving out, dealing with your new place of dwelling and possibly a new job, you’re thinking you will have to send a termination of tenancy notice letter. And for that you might need an end of tenancy letter template.
Or, as a landlord, you want to prepare your tenant for an unexpected eviction, or simply present a written notice for the end of your tenancy agreement.
Here you can find the right way to formulate your letter.
Termination Of Tenancy Letter Contents
Mandatory elements in an end of tenancy letter template for both tenants and landlords are:
- Name of landlord;
- Name of tenant;
- Address of the property (including country);
- Date of notice;
- Date of leaving the property;
- Content of your declaration in sentences.
End of Tenancy Letter Template From Landlord to Tenant
As a landlord, you may send an eviction notice to your tenant two months before the end of the tenancy period (Section 21); or in the case of a breached clause, you may want to evict your tenant (Section 8) with a 14 day notice before court process.
End of Tenancy Letter From Tenant to Landlord
As a tenant, you ARE NOT obligated to send a notice letter if it’s the end of the tenancy period, unless it is specifically required. Then, you have to send your written notice to your landlord one month in advance of the eviction.