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Hello 

We are looking to move and and are applying for different properties.  I've seen the current Tenancy Agreement for this place and it says we must give the Current Landlord 2 Months notice.  Is this correct?

We currently live in Scotland and they say 28 days notice but the Tenancy Agreement says otherwise.

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I don't know if it's actually 2 Months Notice we've to give him.  As it states in the Agreement. It's trying to figure out if it's 2 Months on the agreement or the 28 days stated elsewhere.  Don't fancy paying 2 months rent for old place. we get somewhere new.  

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as that site states...

Your tenancy agreement is the contract you sign when you move in. It should say how much warning you need to give your landlord.

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If you've signed an agreement that contains a 2 month notice term, then that is the term you agreed to be bound by.

The 28 days would apply if your tenancy agreement failed to state otherwise. Obviously any term imposed in your agreement still needs to be fair and reasonable, but I would suggest 2 months falls within that.

Even if that is your agreement term, there is nothing to stop you coming to an alternative agreement with your landlord, e.g., if a tenant is found quickly, your landlord may be prepared to waive part of that 2 month cost.

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