A tenant who breaks their lease without a legal reason, is essentially abandoning their tenancy.
The legal reasons for terminating a lease, can vary slightly across each state and territory and generally, tenants need to access a tribunal for an order.
Here are some of the common legal reasons that will allow for early termination of a tenancy:
• Undue & significant hardship
• Premises has become uninhabitable, destroyed or unfit for human habitation
• Breach or repeated breaches by the landlord
• Death of the tenant
• If a current or previous occupant is prohibited from accessing the property because of domestic violence (this may vary from State to State)
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Tuesday, 30 July 2019