You should, however, ask yourself why you want to terminate the lease. Does this have anything to do with the tenants or have your circumstances changed and you no longer want to rent the property? Information on rental contracts for caravans and other mobile homes can be found in the delivery contracts information sheet. These forms are available from the RTA. If you sign a lease, it cannot deprive you of your rights under the Equal Status Acts 2004-2015 and the terms of the lease cannot be changed during the rental period unless you and your landlord agree at that time. There is no legal obligation for a lessor to provide you with a lease agreement (also known as a fixed-term contract or contract), nor is there an obligation for you to sign a lease if you do not want to. It is important to note that you have legal rights under the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 and the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2015. For example, if a property was promoted with parking, but after signing the agreement, you discovered that this was not the case. When you move into a property and start paying the rent, it usually becomes a periodic rental agreement. Many people think they will have a cooling-off period for any type of legal agreement – this is not the case. It`s fair that it`s expressly stipulated in an Act of Parliament and doesn`t apply to leases – once the ink is dry, you and your tenant are both bound by the legal agreement.

There is no “reflection period” for rentals. This means that once you sign this lease, you are bound to it. You have a legal obligation to pay the monthly (or weekly) rent for the duration of the lease. Whether you live in the property or not. If you do not have a legitimate reason to terminate your lease, another way is to rent the apartment to another person. In this agreement you will find another tenant who lives in the apartment for the rest of your rental. The person you sublet will either pay you the rent you pay to the landlord or pay you directly to the landlord. Check your lease to see if it allows you to sublet. If not, ask the landlord if it is possible to change the lease and allow you to sublet the apartment due to your extenuating circumstances.. . .