Vacating Advice

Under the Residential Tenancies Act an occupying tenant is able to vacate the premises by issuing a minimum of 28 days notice to their managing agent on the basis that their lease has expired or is due to expire as at the time of vacating.

Should the tenant's lease not have expired as at the time they wish to vacate, then in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act and Clause 36 of the Lease Agreement the following expenses may be incurred;

  • Payment of rent until a suitable tenant is found or until the completion of the Lease
  • Advertising as agreed and incurred to secure new tenant.
  • Pro-rata re-leasing fee

Property Address:

Property address:


Vacating Date:

Are all occupants vacating the premises?

Your Details

Your Full Name:

Contact Telephone Number:

E-mail Address:

Forwarding address:


Reason for leaving:

We look forward to assisting you in your move and will be in contact shortly to discuss the completion of your tenancy and subsequent re-leasing of the premises

As legal responsibility lies with the tenant to confirm the intention to vacate, if you have not received contact from our office within 3 business days of submission it is imperative that you contact our office immediately on 94 881 888 to avoid any subsequent claims.

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