Ending a tenancy agreement

There are various ways a tenancy agreement can end. Fixed term tenancies have a set ending date (see 'Fixed term or periodic tenancies?'). A landlord or tenant may seek to end an agreement in certain circumstances. An 'interested party' such as a tenant's neighbour may also seek to end a tenancy if the tenant's conduct is unacceptable.

At the end of an agreement, there are certain steps that should be taken to finalise the relationship between landlord and tenant.

Ending a tenancy agreement  :  Last Revised: Fri Feb 28th 2014
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