The first step is to find out if you have a stable lease or a periodic agreement. If your formal lease expired some time ago, but you stayed in the property, you would have entered into a monthly or periodic agreement. This makes things much easier — and cheaper — to remove. But strictly speaking, a temporary rental contract cannot be broken, unless it falls under the four reasons I have just mentioned. In short, I hope it helps. Apartment specialist Andrew. Prost Each Harcourts office has a different system for collecting rents that you will find in your rental agreement. Several payment methods can be made available to you, so check with your manager to discuss your preferred payment method. Getting someone to take over your rental is called subletting or assignment. Attribution gives a direct relationship between the new tenant and the landlord, while subletting means you`re renting your tenancy to someone else, but you`re still the one directly responsible to the landlord. You can also request a lease extension from the landlord or manager before your lease expires. The owner of the property has the right to renew the rental agreement, to continue the agreements under the terms of the original lease or to issue the notification that invites you to evacuate the property. You can view a document entitled Renting and You on the Tenancy Services website, www.dbh.govt.nz.
This document describes the difference between a temporary lease and a periodic lease. In short, a temporary rental agreement is exactly that – a fixed term is agreed between the landlord and the tenant, and the rental agreement is in progress for the fixed term. It cannot be terminated by your notice. The manager doesn`t need to tell you that you can`t break a temporary rental agreement prematurely. The rental agreement is naturally temporary and the end date is agreed by all parties. If you want to break your rental agreement, you must get the manager to agree to a break. In the absence of an agreement, the administrator of the house is not required to move and you must rent for the fixed term (or until a new tenant starts paying), whether you live in the property. However, if the manager agrees to allow you to take a break, this can be done on the condition that you accept all the costs arising from your break. These fees typically include advertisements for a replacement tenant, rent until the next tenant starts paying, and the fees incurred during the next tenant`s referral and credit check. Are you moving your studies to another city because you have to or because you choose to do it? If you have to move due to unforeseen circumstances beyond your control, you can ask the rental court to break your tenancy. You have to convince the court, and even then you may find that some apportionment of the costs is ordered against you.
However, the best way to proceed is to try to reach an agreement with your manager. It will save a lot of delay, grief and money. You can view a document entitled Renting and You on the Tenancy Services website, www.dbh.govt.nz. This document describes the difference between a temporary lease and a periodic lease. In short, a temporary rental agreement is exactly that – a fixed term is agreed between the landlord and the tenant, and the rental agreement is in progress for the fixed term. It cannot be terminated by your notice. The house manager doesn`t need to tell you that you can`t prematurely break a temporary rental agreement.