Many leases now include a break clause (a right to terminate the lease early), but unless you’re careful about what the break clause says, you might end up with a right that doesn’t give you the flexibility you thought you had. This video lesson explains how to avoid that.
Landlords don’t always leave it to the end of the lease to sort out repair issues. They might serve a repair notice, stating that you’ve got to do work within a certain time, and that if you don’t they’ll do the work and send you the bill. It isn’t as straightforward as that, though, and this video lesson explains the practical approach to take.
Selling your lease is one way to get out of your lease commitment, but you’ll need to get your landlord’s consent first. This video lesson explains why, and the legal duties that the landlord has to comply with when consent is requested.