The now-archived guide to unfair clauses in leases suggested that any contractual clause requiring the tenant to terminate the lease at the end of the fixed term would be unfair and therefore unenforceable.  This position was not considered by the court. Even if tenants are late, they still have a rental guarantee until the lease is permanently terminated and landlords are forced to continue to fulfill their legal obligations such as repairs and maintenance. If a tenant is kept after the fixed term (even for one day), the rental agreement automatically becomes a legal periodic AST, unless the rental agreement stipulates that it becomes a periodic tenancy agreement (CPT). In practice, there is not much difference. Communications must be sent in accordance with the service stipulated in the rental agreement: as a general rule (1) personal or (2) on the postal plan. It is very important to obtain a performance certificate for these communications. See our instructions for serving a valid s21 message in the LandlordZONE section® documents. A deduction of the deposit is not to compensate the owner for the damages; It has to pay to repair the damage. As a general rule, the official recipient should not make repairs at the end of a lease (see points 31.11.143 and 31.11.144). As a general rule, the official beneficiary should not consider terminating a tenancy agreement by evicting a tenant. The most appropriate approach is either to authorize the continuation of a lease when the tenant pays rent, or to recover the relapse interest for the real estate contract and the lease, if it then becomes difficult (see points 31.11.153 to 31.11.169).
If the official judicial administrator were to evict a tenant, he would still have an empty property and a liability insurance risk that would require insurance. See by. 31.11.23 and 31.11.146. The collection of rents does not prevent the official judicial administrator, as an agent, from submitting his interest to the subsequent reversal of the property and the lease. Notwithstanding the intention to abstain from the mass of rents, the official liquidator should first proceed with the recovery of the rent in favour of the insolvent estate. As soon as the disclaimer comes into effect, the right to cash rent, including rent arrears, ends. With guaranteed short-term rents, the landlord can also acquire property under Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, without the need to prove a property ground. For more information on the requirements for using the Section 21 notification procedure, see Section 21. The disclaimer does not terminate the rights and obligations of third parties interested in real estate. The tenant does not lose his occupancy rights under the lease. Since the disclaimer terminates the agent`s rights and obligations under the lease, the official liquidator no longer has the right to claim possession of the property or to recover the rent under the lease. From a landlord`s point of view, it is less embarrassing for the agreement to put the lease into a periodic tenancy agreement and will encourage tenants to stay as long as possible.