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One of my tenants was supposed to move out of a house a month ago when a fixed term tenancy ended. I had a new tenancy arranged for the next month. The tenant did not move out of the house as we agreed, and I lost the next tenant. Can I take legal action against the tenant who would not move out?

by Guest775  |  6 years, 7 month(s) ago

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One of my tenants was supposed to move out of a house a month ago when a fixed term tenancy ended. I had a new tenancy arranged for the next month. The tenant did not move out of the house as we agreed, and I lost the next tenant. Can I take legal action against the tenant who would not move out?

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  1. Guest775

     If you have a month-to-month tenancy you are legally able to give notice to your landlord of one month. You have to serve the notice on or before the day your next rent payment is due. The notice is then effective on the last day of that rental period.

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