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Hi all,

 

I am having problems interpreting this break clause in my tenancy agreement:

 

"At any time on or after the first twelve months either party may invoke a break clause by providing a minimum of two months written notice to the other."

 

Does this mean the earliest I can provide the two months notice is after the first 12 months (which means breaking the contract at 14 months), or can i provide the 2 month notice at the end of the 10 month tenancy period and break out of the contract at the end of 12 months?

 

Any interpretation is appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Jeff

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Looks to me like the 14 months interpretation is correct.

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What is the fixed term of the agreement?


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The contract is for a tenancy period of 18 months, with a break clause as specified above.

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