Ending Your Tenancy

The Residential Tenancies Act, 1997 is explicit in regards to ending a tenancy.  It can only occur when one of the parties to the Tenancy Agreement gives notice to the other party.

If you wish to vacate the property at the end of your Agreement, you must give twenty-eight (28) day's notice in writing prior to the expiration date of your tenancy agreement.

If you wish to vacate during your fixed term Agreement, you will be breaking the contract you have entered into, and therefore responsible for reimbursing the Landlord for any loss suffered, e.g. rent until the property is again tenanted and the landlords releasing costs.

Please print the form at the bottom of this page and send it back via:

  • DocuSign: Electronic Form, please contact the office 03 5222 7325
  • Email to: contactus@releasepm.com.au 
  • Fax to: 03 5222 4808
  • Post to: PO Box 1642, Geelong 3220
  • In Person to: 88 Pakington Street, Geelong West | 4, 1-11 Station Lake Road, Lara.

Notice-of-Intention-to-Vacate.pdf Notice-of-Intention-to-Vacate.pdf (179kB)