A lessor may terminate a tenancy agreement prematurely by seeking a dispute resolution from the rental office, requesting an early termination order and a property order. The usual rules regarding the service and termination of the tenant apply. The lessor must prove that the tenant has this: a tenant may terminate a tenancy agreement prematurely if he feels that the lessor has not complied with an essential period of the tenancy agreement, whether he has a fixed-term lease or a monthly lease. The tenant must first write to the lessor describing the problem stating that he considers it a violation of an essential clause of the tenancy agreement, asks the lessor to resolve the problem and declares that he will terminate the lease prematurely if the problem is not resolved by a reasonable time [indicated in the letter]. The tenant must give the landlord a chance to solve the problem. If the lessor does not resolve the problem on time, the tenant can terminate the lease by writing a second letter to the lessor indicating that he is terminating the lease. The tenant cannot terminate the lease until the landlord has received the second letter. (2) In spite of the Statute of Limitation, a right under this Act or lease is extinguished for all intents and purposes, unless it is provided for in paragraph 3. (a) At the end of a tenancy agreement, the tenant agrees in writing that the lessor withholds the amount for the payment of a tenant`s liability or obligation, or a tenant may ask the landlord for written permission to sublet the tenancy agreement or transfer it to another person. 4. A tenancy agreement entered into before the date of the cannabis control is considered to be a clause prohibiting the cultivation of cannabis plants in or on the dwelling, unless, on the day before the day before the cannabis check, a landlord who indicates the termination of a tenancy agreement to 49 must pay the tenant, the day or before the communication comes into force , an amount equal to a monthly rent corresponding to an allowance (51 (1)). Negative: Fixed-term leases offer less flexibility than monthly leases. If you have to terminate your lease prematurely – also known as “lease break” – you may owe some money to your landlord.
104.3 (1) When a fixed-term lease agreement entered into before this section comes into effect requires a tenant to leave the rental unit on a given date, the obligation to evacuate the rental unit expires from the effective date of this section, unless the tenant does not enter into a lease agreement for the rental unit that underwent the renovation or repair unit on the date of the release or before the availability date. , the tenant no longer has rights to the rental unit.