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but haven't heard anything from landlord. Even with a 6 month contract - does the landlord have to give us 2 months notice that we will need to leave?

I seem to remember that with a short term tenancy it will turn into a month by month tenancy if a new contract isn't agreed.

Could anyone shed any light?

Thanks

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but haven't heard anything from landlord. Even with a 6 month contract - does the landlord have to give us 2 months notice that we will need to leave?

I seem to remember that with a short term tenancy it will turn into a month by month tenancy if a new contract isn't agreed.

Could anyone shed any light?

Thanks

You do have to be given 2 months notice; however, are you sure you didn't get it when you originally signed the contract? - See the Sword of Damocles thread.

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Regardless of whether you have been served notice or not at the start of the tenancy, a statutory periodic (rolling month on month) will arise adter the fixed term. You can be rest assured if your LL wanted you to leave when the fixed term ran out, he would be in touch to tell you. If your worried why not give him a call and ask?

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Regardless of whether you have been served notice or not at the start of the tenancy, a statutory periodic (rolling month on month) will arise adter the fixed term. You can be rest assured if your LL wanted you to leave when the fixed term ran out, he would be in touch to tell you. If your worried why not give him a call and ask?

Thanks for the two replies. Tried to find out today, but the letting agents was closed, hence why I decided to do this post.

Is it also the same if he wanted to increase our rent? Would he also be required to give us two months notice?

Thanks again - much appreciated

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