With respect to the disclosure of the two tenants, the most important thing the agreement says is why I have proposed to review it. If you try to get out and owner/agent does not want to leave them (because they say “only at the end of 8 months”), it seems reasonable to argue that “at the end of a relevant period” means that you can terminate the contract at the end of each month on 2 months notice. Any other interpretation would be unfair (imo). At the end of the limited term, each party has the right to terminate the contract by notice. If your landlord does not renew your lease for a new fixed term, it will automatically be transferred to a periodic lease agreement that will give both parties greater flexibility to terminate the contract. Issuing a 6-month lease simply seems much safer and more reliable, as there is little margin for error in comparison. In the event that both parties can continue the lease after 6 months, the lease can be awarded either on a term lease or on a new lease. To be clear, in Britain you cannot be evacuated without a court order, if you stay in a property after the expiry of your lease, a new lease is created in the law, which is called a legal periodic tenancy agreement. The fixed term, regardless of the type of lease, has a unique function – keep the lease unchanged for the fixed period, usually 6 or 12 months.
During this period, neither the landlord nor the tenant can change any of the terms of the contract. The amount of notification you need to give to terminate your lease depends on the type of lease you have. I agree with David that if the contract allows one of the common tenants to exercise the break clause, then you can probably do so (but there could be an unfair clause for the other tenant with reconductibility), but if that doesn`t say that, then they have to both sign to be valid. @Jess case law stipulates that the exercise of a break clause before the end of the fixed term requires the agreement of all persons who have signed as a tenant; To terminate a periodic tenancy agreement, all you need is a communication from one of the tenants. See the excerpt from the break clause below. The officer says the message should be given within the sixth month and not before or after. The moving date was November 13, 2017 and is a 12-month ASP with the 6-month break clause. I think the break clause is unfair, because it is not right, an eviction clause for tenants as landlords, and I find it difficult to understand it. For a tenancy agreement that began after October 1, 2015, when the original deposit was protected on time and PI was issued on time, it is deemed to be served if the lease becomes ZuSPT, i.e. when the lease expires and the tenants remain in ownership. If your agreement states that you can end your temporary rent prematurely, it means that you have a “break clause.” If your landlord doesn`t give you a new tenant, you can still terminate your tenancy agreement prematurely.