How to serve notice to your tenants and/or schedule a tenancy to end in myRent

19 October 2021

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If eligible you can serve a notice to your tenants to end tenancy or schedule the tenancy to end if you have already served notice by following the steps below:

Step 1: Go into your chosen tenancy.

Step 2: Go to Settings

Step 3: Select End tenancy

Step 4: Choose your required option.

A) Serve end tenancy notice

Generate and e-sign an end tenancy notice. This notice will be sent to all parties of the tenancy.

Check through the guide about ending the tenancy and then select the reason and the date before continuing through to e-signing and generating the document.

(The date will default to take into account the minimum notice required)

OR B) Notice has already been served

If you or your tenants have already served a notice to end your tenancy or it is ending by mutual consent, you can update the end date of your tenancy.

Step 5: Choose your tenancy end date, upload a copy of the notice (can be uploaded later), add a reason for the ending of the tenancy (optional) and then select Update to finalise this.

Step 6: Go to your Tenancy overview, and you will see the timeline updated with your end date.

The rents page of the tenancy will also get updated and display the final rent amount. If your tenancy is ending during the rent period instead of the last day of a rent period then there will be a prorated rent amount for the final week.

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