Licensee’s Letter Terminating a Room Licence
This Licensee’s Letter Terminating a Room Licence should be used by a lodger who wishes to terminate his or her licence to occupy a room in a house.
You should check the licence agreement carefully to see if you are able to terminate it. The terms of the termination clause must be observed, e.g. by giving the correct amount of notice.
The letter should be served on the licensor by the method (or one of the methods) specified in the licence. There is often a “Notices” clause which will stipulate where and how notices should be served. Subject to what the licence says, delivery by hand or by recorded delivery will probably be safest.
Remember that the notice period begins from the time the licensor receives the letter, not when the letter was posted. Do not leave it until the last minute to post the letter. For example, if the licence can be terminated on 28 January by giving 2 months’ notice, the letter must reach the licensor by 28 November. It should therefore be posted well in advance of this date, e.g. on 25 November.
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