Hi all, I am letting out a house via RAS for the last 11 years with the same tenant throughout this time. My current 4-year contract with RAS is due to expire in September this year. I wish to end the contract with RAS in September and look for new tenants also. My understanding is that a tenant must be given notice to quit 224 days (7.5 months) in advance, due to the length of time they have spent there. However if the RAS contract has expired in 5-6 months, is the tenant liable for the full monthly rent for approx 2 months beyond the RAS contract expiration? If the tenant refuses to pay the full rent amount, can I ask them to leave on the basis of unpaid rent at that time without the 'notice to quit'? I am concerned that my reason for terminating tenancy does not fall neatly into one of the stated 6 "valid" reasons listed for termination of tenancy right now, while the RAS is still paying the rent If the tenant insists on staying on beyond the end of the RAS contract, they will have to pay the full rent themselves? Thanks for any help and sorry if these are silly questions!