Looking for guide and template for intent to vacate letter? You have lived in a house for several years and had signed a tenancy agreement with the landlord.
In the lease agreement, it is clearly stated that if you would like to vacate the premises, you have to write a letter of intent and hand it to the landlord within a specified time.
This letter should contain the name of the tenant, current address and date of writing the letter. In the body of the letter, one has to state the date in which he or she intends to vacate.
One may include the reasons behind the intention and in cases that intent is based on the conditions of the premises.
It may be helpful to the landlord to take remedial measures to avert a tenant from vacating. Below is a sample of intent to vacate letter that can be used.
How To Write An Intent To Vacate Letter
(Name of Tenant)
(Address of Tenant)
(Name of Landlord)
(Address of Landlord)
Dear (Landlord Name),
RE: INTENTION TO VACATE PREMISES
I would like to communicate my intention to vacate my premises, of which I hold a tenancy agreement with you on 1st May 2012, as per the agreement which states that I have to give a three months notice before the vacating date.
This has been attributed to the fact that despite many communications to you on the state of the premises lighting systems, no action has forthcoming from your side.
This has led to my conclusion that I would not be able to live in peace in these premises due to the many risks of electrical shock from malfunctioning sockets and naked cables all over the house.
Should my discrepancies be addressed, I may consider annulling this letter and extending my tenancy otherwise this serves as my notice for vacation of premises.
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