Ending Tenancy to Sell or Move in

p walsh

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Hi,

I have had the same tenants for 8.5 years, with the current contract up until September 2019.

Weighing up my options as to what to do with the property going forward.

How much notice do i need to give if i intend to:

1. Sell the property?

2. Move in myself or a family member to it?

Many thanks,
P
 

Leo

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Landlord advice from the RTB is located here, where you will find full details on your obligations in terms of notice period along with templates to use for termination notices. Make sure your notice covers the required details, as any errors or omissions can result in a the clock being reset.

Notice periods are documented here, 8+ years means a minimum notice period of 224 days.
 

Frank

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How much notice does a tenant have to give a landlord???

0 to none I am guessing
 

galway_blow_in

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How much notice does a tenant have to give a landlord???

0 to none I am guessing
That info is available on the RTB website, a tenant could in practice leave abruptly and there would be nothing the landlord could do in real terms, no official adjudicator would hand down any kind of sanction, that is for sure.

Have you much debt on the property?
 
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Feemar5

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How much notice does a tenant have to give a landlord???

Tenants have to give notice to landlords if they wish to terminate their tenancy prior to lease agreement period. Notice periods vary from 28 days to 112 days depending on the length of time they were in the property. In the event of them leaving without the required notice the landlord is entitled to deduct money from the security deposit - see Threshold website.
 

Frank

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you are right purple not an equal relationship at all

Landlord = bad and no rights and easy pickings for media and gov

PRTB will fine a landlord while tenants can walk away regardless of end state of their "home"

All for rights, I just wish there was some for landlords.
 
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