We understand that from time to time, events happen beyond your control and sometimes, this causes a tenant to vacate the property during their lease. In this event, it is referred to as a breach of agreement and you’re responsible for and agree to the following:
- The tenant(s) will continue to be responsible for the property as per the current conditions of the lease including the continued, on time, payment of rent until a new tenancy agreement is entered into (and begins) or until the expiration of the current lease agreement, whichever is sooner
- The tenant(s) authorise Ascot Real Estate as the landlord’s agent to supply any particular details to any prospective tenants relevant to the proposed new tenancy of the property.
- The tenant(s) will pay the landlord’s reasonable costs required to re-let the property - this includes the letting fee (equal to one weeks rent + GST), These costs are to be paid to Ascot Real Estate as the managing agent.
- The existing tenancy will terminate when a new residential tenancy agreement with a replacement tenant, as determined by Ascot Real Estate upon discussion with the Lessor.
Please contact the office and or property manager for the appropriate forms to sign.