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Does 6 months break clause guarantee no early release fines?

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TeeBee1234

Tuesday 02 January 2018 11:37:48 pm

Hi all,

A question(of course).... If my 12 months tenancy agreement has a six months break clause, that says I can cancel with no less than 2 months notice once the six months period is over, will I still have to pay any early release fines?

I'm not sure from the agreement if these only apply if I didn't follow correct procedure (e.g. didn't give 2 months notice) or if they will always apply if I leave earlier than 12 months? I've included the exact word below as well, any advice on this would be greatly appreciated.

Tenant Break
After expiration of 6 months break clause, no less than two calendar months’ notice served at any time of the Tenancy, such notice must expire on the last day of a rent period.

Early Release Clause
In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the tenant can request to end the tenancy prior to the agreed fixed term. The consent of the landlord is required as this is a breach of contract, and any financial loss to the landlord will be paid by the tenants.



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