Can You End A Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Early

A periodic lease is a periodic monthly or weekly lease, depending on how often you pay your rent to your landlord. Your landlord can only increase the rent if your fixed-term rental is converted into a periodic rental agreement, if: We can help you with all aspects of landlord ownership and buy-to-let, including buying and selling real estate, creating rental agreements, and handling landlord-tenant disputes quickly and cost-effectively. We interrupt our contract prematurely and are therefore forced to find new tenants and continue to pay the rent until we do. Of course we understand that this is fair, but unfortunately we are forced to use the agents our landlord wants to find these new tenants, at a cost of around £400 (around 10% of the remaining contract). Unfortunately, but again, I guess that`s reasonably fair. My question is, what if the agent doesn`t seem to be doing their fair share to find new tenants? I am in a 6-month lease and I am 20 weeks pregnant. I have to resign 2 months in advance to leave. I have to find a bigger apartment before the baby is born, because I live in a studio. I notify the landlord in advance to ask if he can end the rental after 5 months instead of 6 months. Has anyone ever been in my situation or can they give me advice on how to approach the owner? Do I have to tell you now that I am in my first month of lease, or do you advise to wait and terminate 3 months before the end of the lease? I am afraid that they will take my deposit or push me to continue paying the rent until the end of the lease.

Your lease agreement may be an ASTA lease if the property is leased by a private lessor who does not reside in part of the property, if the property is rented as the primary unit and if the lease began after January 15, 1989. . .