Notice to Quit - Northern Ireland - Terminate a Private Tenancy Agreement in Northern Ireland
Legally give notice to terminate a tenancy agreement in Northern Ireland with this "Download Now" Notice to Quit, a legal form for landlords wishing to give notice to terminate a tenancy agreement in Northern Ireland only after the fixed term has come to an end.
This Notice to Quit should only be used for Private Tenancies in Northern Ireland that have continued beyond their original fixed term as a periodic tenancy, by agreement between the landlord and tenant. It is not used to bring this type of tenancy to an end at the end of a fixed term; to terminate the Tenancy at the end of the fixed term, you should inform the Tenant in writing by letter at least 28 days in advance that you do not wish the tenancy agreement to continue.
Please be aware that this Notice to Quit can not be used to give notice to terminate any Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement in England or Wales, a Short Assured Tenancy Agreement (in Scotland) or a Lodger Agreement.
To give notice to terminate these tenancy agreements, use Lawpack’s Section 21 Notice for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, or a Notice to Terminate for a Short Assured Tenancy Agreement or Lawpack’s Notice to Terminate a Lodger Agreement.
A Notice to Quit is a fairly simple document and merely needs to have the landlord and tenant's names and the property details added to it.
This Notice to Quit has been designed by our team of landlord and tenancy law specialists to ensure that it is legally valid for the tenancy agreement scenarios listed above.
Guidance and instructions to complete the Notice to Quit are included with your Notice to Quit Download.
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