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Ending An Assured Shorthold Tenancy Early

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I have just started renting a room in a new house and have only been there for two nights but for several reasons I wish to end the tenancy by mutual agreement with the Landlady and move out.

Anyone got any advice on the best wat to do this and maximise my chances of getting deposit and rent back.

Is there a document that can be signed by both parties to void a tenancy?

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I have just started renting a room in a new house and have only been there for two nights but for several reasons I wish to end the tenancy by mutual agreement with the Landlady and move out.

Anyone got any advice on the best wat to do this and maximise my chances of getting deposit and rent back.

Is there a document that can be signed by both parties to void a tenancy?

I suspect other people on here can give better advice, but here is mine.

As long as its mutual there shouldn't be a problem getting the deposit back. I assume you both have a copy of the origional AST contract so you could agree to meet and destroy them. If your extra paranoid you could both just write an agreement saying ' we both aggree to void our previous contract (ast, date) signed by both parties.

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