Sample Letters Of Tenant Lease Termination  

If you are a tenant and looking to terminate your lease, the tenant lease termination letter should be sent at least 30 days before the lease expires.

However, you should check your lease to see whether the termination notice requires more time. You can mention in the letter that you want to be present when the landlord inspects the property for damage. Any letter of tenant lease termination should always be sent by certified mail so that there is evidence of it being sent.

Here are some sample letters of tenant lease termination that you can modify and use.

Sample Letter of Tenant Lease Termination I:
Dear Landlord,

This is to inform you that I will be ending my tenancy at the apartment [mention the address here] on May 31, 2009.

I request the right to be present when the inspection of the apartment is being conducted for damages. I will be moving to [mention your future address] and request that all future letters and correspondence be sent to this address after May 31, 2009.

Yours truly,
XYZ Tenant

Sample Letter of Tenant Lease Termination II:
Dear Landlord,

I am writing to inform you that I wish to terminate the lease early due to quality of life provided at the apartment I am living in. While I appreciate your cooperation in trying to resolve the problems, the fact remains that the environment of the apartment is not conducive to quality of life I was looking forward to.

It is my desire to be released from our lease without fault on May 31, 2009. I would be glad to cooperate in the interim in showing the apartment to any future tenant so that you are prevented from any financial loss.

Please let me know if I can do anything to make the process move smoothly and to your satisfaction.

Thank you for your consideration.

Yours sincerely,
XYZ Tenant

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