Your Residential Tenancy Agreement is a legally binding contract, providing protection for both you and the landlord. You can terminate the Residential Tenancy Agreement in the following ways:

1. If you intend to vacate at the end of your Residential Tenancy Agreement, you are required to give twenty-eight (28) days WRITTEN notice prior to the expiry of the fixed term of your agreement. Please note that at least five (5) additional business days’ notice must be given when mailing your written request of intention to vacate.

2. Once the fixed term has expired, you are at liberty to continue living at the property on a periodic Tenancy (month to month) where you are still bound by the terms and conditions of the original Lease Agreement. If you intend to vacate, WRITTEN notice to that effect must be received by our office at least twenty-eight (28) days prior to the vacating date.

3. Should, unforeseen circumstances arise and you have to vacate prior to the expiration of your Residential Tenancy Agreement please contact our office immediately and we will endeavour to assist you in finding suitable Tenant(s). However, you will still be responsible for the monthly rent up until another tenant is found and moves in, as well as the payment of the letting fee, condition report, and all advertising costs.

Please read the following steps carefully and complete our Vacating Request Form in its entirety.