Some leases also contain what is known as the “termination clause”. This clause allows both parties to verify the lease at some point in the lease, usually halfway through the fixed period. If you have an interruption clause in the rental agreement, you can terminate the lease prematurely, as well as your landlord. If you can`t give the right amount of termination, you may be can agree with your landlord to end your rental agreement prematurely. This is called “the abandonment of your lease”. The first sentence of each clause seems to indicate that the lease can end at the point of 6 months, but the paragraphs below seem to indicate that the intention is that the lease can be interrupted at the end of each month from the 8th month. If they don`t agree, you have to pay the rent until the end of your tenancy – even if you leave the property. You may have to pay other bills, such as municipal tax. If your joint fixed lease has an interruption clause, you must get all tenants to agree to end the tenancy, unless your agreement provides otherwise. .

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