Break Clause. 2.5.1 This agreement creates a single tenancy that starts with a fixed element and then becomes periodic. This would normally guarantee both parties the rights and obligations for the fixed element and a minimum of one period. The following two clauses allow either party to terminate the agreement earlier than that date, but not before the end of the fixed element (the date quoted in 1.6.1 as “to and including (date)”).
Break Clause. IF YOU HAVE OPTED FOR A FIXED TERM CONTRACT YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE DETAILS OF A BREAK CLAUSE NOTED IN YOUR PARTICULARS.
Break Clause. 13. If You wish to cancel the Licence Agreement You must give us notice in writing by email to email@example.com by 31 August 2022 stating that You no longer wish to take up your accommodation. If such notice is given by 31 August 2022 the Licence Agreement shall be cancelled, any Deposit You have paid to Us shall be refunded and the University will not be required to provide You with accommodation. If no notice is given the Licence Agreement will be binding on You and You will be responsible for Accommodation Fees for the whole Period of Occupancy, even if you do not move into the Accommodation.
Break Clause. 8.1 The Tenant may terminate the Contractual Term on the Break Date by giving to the Landlord not less than six (6) calendar months’ previous notice in writing;
Break Clause. The Landlord reserves the right to bring this tenancy to an end by giving two months written notice if rents are persistently not paid on the rent due dates and properties not kept in a tidy state.
Break Clause. 8.1 Either the Landlord or the Tenant may terminate the Contractual Term on or at any time after the Break Date , by giving not less than six (6) months’ previous notice in writing to the other party;
Break Clause. 16.1 The Tenant may terminate this lease on the 1st day of February 2013, on the 1st day of August 2015 or on the 1st day of February 2017 (“the Option Date”) subject strictly to the following terms and conditions:-
Break Clause. The Tenant shall be entitled by giving not less than six (6) months notice in writing to the Landlord to terminate this Lease at 28th February 2010 and PROVIDED THAT the Tenant shall not be in arrears of any monies payable under the Lease at the expiry of such notice and shall with such notice pay to the Landlord a sum equivalent to the then payable Rent and Additional Rent (including Value Added Tax) for the period of six months as compensation for such termination (but for the avoidance of doubt this compensation payment shall not relieve the Tenant of the obligation to pay the Rent and the Additional Rent for the period up to the expiry of such notice) and from the expiration of such notice this Lease shall absolutely cease and determine but without prejudice to any right or remedy of the Landlord or Tenant in respect of any antecedent breach by the other party of the provisions of this Lease and upon termination the Tenant shall deliver to the Landlord the original of this Lease
Break Clause. 8.1 The Tenant may terminate the Contractual Term on Break Date 1 or Break Date 2 or Break Date 3 by giving to the Landlord not less than twelve (12) months' previous notice in writing;
Break Clause. 11.1 By mutual agreement either the Council or the Contractor may terminate the whole or any part of this Contract by giving the other three (3) months notice in writing indicating its intention to do so.