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Tenancy Termination Letter

 
 
 

How our free service works

Easily create a PDF notice letter to print and post with the option of emailing to your landlord for online agreement

Guide to creating a notice letter →

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Correctly Serve Notice

Answer a few questions and we'll send you a PDF notice letter to print and post.  It's that easy

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gain landlord agreement

If you choose to email your landlord, they can respond online and confirm acceptance

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keep a formal record

Our confirmation email gives you an independent record of serving notice and acceptance


 

Why tenants use EndYourTenancy?

Peace of mind that your notice letter has been correctly served and accepted by your landlord

Notice Guarantee

If a landlord disputes notice has been served correctly because of an error made by EndYourTenancy, we will support you to find a resolution

 

solicitor reviewed

Our tenancy termination letters for ending an assured shorthold tenancy in England are fully reviewed by qualified property solicitors

 

Expert support

Our specialists can answer questions about the end of tenancy process and help you through the steps to create your end of tenancy termination letter correctly

 

Permanent Independent record

When you use our service to email your landlord you'll create a permanent independent record of serving notice and of receiving landlord approval, so you don't have to worry if this is ever disputed in the future


 

Document Description

tenancy termination letter

The end of tenancy notice is a solicitor approved notice tenancy termination letter for ending an assured shorthold tenancy in England.  The notice can be used to end a fixed or periodic tenancy or to request early termination (surrender) of a tenancy.

The notice letter allows you to include the following;

  • Your name and address

  • Your Landlord’s name and address

  • The date your notice period ends

  • A forwarding address

  • A request for tenancy documentation such as the tenancy agreement or deposit details

  • A reason for a request to terminate the tenancy early (if applicable)

The notice letter helps you ensure you have given written notice to end your tenancy and avoid the risks associated with abandonment.

 

Every day, we make ending a tenancy easier for hundreds of tenants