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I recently decided to move out of a rented property I share with my sister, this will be the 23rd of may, we are on a rolling contract and i have given 30 days notice, the agent bridgfords have decided to give notice as well so good timing on my part, but they have advised I am still liable for rent and repairs etc untill my sister is due to move on the 30th of june, surely this is wrong??

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what date did fixed term end and SPT start?

what date did you serve NTQ?

I assume the LA served a s21 to expire on 30 June?

SPT rules require that any T NTQ should be served 'received' by end of 1 tenancy period to end at end of next T period (min 1 cal month if rent payable pcm)

If you served a valid NTQ & you are a joint T with sister, then your personal NTQ ends T for both on expiry.

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Thank you for your response, the ntq is valid and expires 30th, however I am leaving early on the 23rd of may, I have given 30 daysnotice and we are out of the original contract, so my conntract surely cannot be extended to the 30th? Thanks x

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.You are in a rolling contract, when NTQ date requirements are quite specific, so need to know

when T commenced

for what fixed term

any end date specified

and rest of Qs.

You can leave before NTQ expires but will remain liable for rent & property until your NTQ expires.

If your NTQ is valid, then LA/LL can require your sister to vacate on NTQ expiry



You are not out of orig contract, the only diff is ability to give Notice according to SPT (rolling contract) rules.

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