Break Lease

Published 31 August 2022Updated 3rd April 2023

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What is a Break Lease?

If a fixed-term agreement between the property owner and the tenant comes to an end before the last day of the tenancy, it is known as breaking a lease.

Landlords may opt to end tenancy agreements early for the following reasons:

  • The tenant fails to pay the rent on time.
  • The tenant causes severe damage to the property.

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