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Required Notice Periods

The minimum notice required to be given by a landlord to their tenant to terminate their tenancy lawfully is 28 days. This may vary depending on the duration of the tenancy, for example, a tenancy which does not exceed one year requires 90 days notice and a tenancy lasting more than one year but less than three years requires a notice period of at least 120 days.

Below is a table on the notice periods for terminating a tenancy:

Duration of Tenancy Notice Period
Less than 6 months28 days
Less than 1 year90 days
Less than 3 years120 days
Less than 7 years180 days
Less than 8 years196 days
Over 8 years224 days
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