If your landlord agrees that you can leave, make sure you receive this agreement in writing. The termination of your lease with the agreement of the lessor is a kind of “handover” of your lease. It is important that you can prove that your landlord agrees with your departure, otherwise he can claim the rent due until the end of the contract. If you have a common tenancy agreement (more than one name is mentioned as a tenant in a rental agreement), all tenants and the lessor must agree to end the tenancy. Legally, you can leave on the last day of the contract without termination of the lessor; However, it would be polite to inform them. Remember that even if you stay one more day, a new periodic lease starts automatically (see below how you can terminate periodic rentals) The lease may also say that you must allow access to the lessor, for example.B. in the event of termination and at reasonable times to show potential new tenants in the last month of the lease. If, for such reasons, you do not give adequate access, the landlord may claim damages for losses due to the lack of opportunity for potential tenants to circulate. It can be difficult to decide what is reasonable and what is not. If the lease states that you must allow your landlord access to something that was not reasonable, or . B that you need to access it at inappropriate times, it is likely that this would not be applicable. The benefits of the Council`s Private Rental Solutions Scheme (PRS), which helps households rent safe and affordable housing in the private sector, will be highlighted this week, as more homeowners sign up for the Council`s free plan.