However, it is doubtful that this will be legally permitted in light of the Consumer Protection Act, which provides that the lessor can only terminate the lease in writing for 20 working days and that the tenant has not resolved the infringement. The landlord and tenant must be aware of their responsibilities when a tenancy agreement is terminated prematurely. Section 14 of the CPA Regulation on the expiry, extension and termination of leases provides that no fixed-term contract can currently exceed 24 months. These are clauses in a tenancy agreement that provide that the lessor has the right to terminate the tenancy agreement without notice of the tenant as soon as a tenant has violated the tenancy agreement three times (usually paying particular attention to late payment). In such cases, the lessor would not give the tenant a third opportunity to correct the offence, but would simply send a letter of retraction. It seems, therefore, that these “third strike” clauses are no longer valid. According to the author, this is a serious injustice to landlords, as it means that they are forever condemned to accept late payments and other breaches of the lease by their tenants. If the tenant corrects the violation with the 20-day notice, the landlord has no right to terminate the contract. The only way to get rid of a cumbersome tenant in such a situation would be to execute the tenancy agreement in its entirety and ensure a termination without further renewal. Where a tenant has exercised his right of early termination, the lessor has the right to impose an appropriate withdrawal sentence and to demand all unpaid debts under the tenancy agreement. A formal judicial procedure must be followed in order to make an early termination of the lease legally and effective, in particular in order to be fully compliant with the law. Professional legal advice and assistance should be obtained if appropriate notification is availab to the owner and/or senior representative. It is important to keep in mind that the lessor should proactively find a replacement tenant to reduce their losses, and that he cannot simply leave the property empty for the remainder of the rental period and charge the tenant`s rent for that period.
In addition, both the lessor and the tenant must understand that the amount that can be claimed by the tenant cannot be quantified at the time of termination, but that it is not known to the parties until after finding a replacement tenant. If a tenant prematurely terminates a tenancy agreement, he is required to pay the amount still owed to the lessor with respect to the contract and until the termination date. As far as the CPA is concerned, tenants have the right to terminate their leases while they do, while complying with ALL cancellation criteria or requirements. In addition, the tenant could terminate the tenancy agreement in one of the following ways: the adoption of the new law No.