If your contract states that you can terminate your fixed-term rental prematurely, it means that you have an “interruption clause”. Or you can give them an S21 notice that ends at the end of their rental (ii) the address of the property to which the rental relates; I`m not going to say it`s a scam, but I let the tenants falsify my signature (which, of course, is on a lease) to change the water supply meter that I was once told was not reversible. This means that they often have a signature and bank details. You have the owner`s address. And unfortunately, with the Internet, it is possible to get other details quite easily. You can find out if you are an administrator. Ask the land registry for details of your property, etc. If you own a car, they can`t end the details if they use the excuse you pushed them. Add to that that that in addition to the fascination people have by posting everything on Facebook or other social media, from what they ate for breakfast to their sex life, it`s easy to build a photo, especially if you`re stupid enough to say you`re going on vacation. You would be surprised at bank fraud where somehow the bank number appears on the caller ID and if you are convincing enough, you can get your PIN. Like what. To confirm who YOU are, they will ask you for a memorable word and the first and second number of your PIN.
Well, on the way to emptying your bank account. It`s worth reading about bank fraud. Of course, 99% of tenants don`t. Most homeowners have to remember that they often pass on something worth £100,000 or more to complete strangers. That is why controls are so important. I resigned from my tenants two months in advance with a vacation date of November 30th. They contacted me this week to say that they had found a new place and that they were going to move a month before that date. They are contractually obliged to pay the rent, ancillary costs and municipal tax until the date of the leave, but I have agreed that they will now give me one month in advance (a counter-notification of resignation). They sent me an email with a very succinct message in which they said nothing but “they intended to leave the accommodation”.
No date was mentioned, nor the notice period. I am concerned that this email is not legally binding.. . .