In most cases, if a lessor or tenant wishes to terminate the lease, they must inform the other party in writing. There are different forms for landlords and tenants: according to the law of the Northern Territory, there are a number of circumstances in which the lease can be terminated. In some situations, the landlord or tenant may choose to terminate the lease and there are other cases where the lease is automatically terminated. As a general rule, when a tenant accepts a temporary rental agreement, usually for 6 months or 1 year, the tenant agrees to be responsible for the rent for that period. Where the tenant evacuates the premises before the expiry of the term of the contract, the tenant is usually still liable for paying the rent for the entire term of the lease (provided that the lease is not in a jurisdiction that allows the tenant to terminate a fixed-term lease prematurely). If the lessor is able to re-lease the premises before the end of the injuring tenant`s lease, the injuring tenant is usually no longer obliged to pay the rent, as the lessor cannot recover the double rent of the premises. If a lessor wishes to terminate a periodic rental agreement, the lessor must provide for a period of 42 days in writing, in accordance with article 101 of the Housing Tenancy Act. If a tenant wishes to terminate a periodic rental agreement, the tenant must comply with a written notice period of 14 days, in accordance with Article 101 of the Housing Rental Act. The task is a violation of the rental agreement, which means that the tenant may be required to compensate the landlord for the losses it entails. For more information on compensation, see below. Only tenants and residents can reside on the premises. The landlord must be informed of any changes to the list of authorized tenants and give his consent. Children born or adopted while the tenant resides on the premises are automatically included in the lease as occupants.
In addition, any jurisdiction may limit the number of tenants/residents on the premises if such number is contrary to health or safety standards for housing. Health and safety standards are usually indicated as 1 person per X square meter. The standard varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, so if you are concerned, contact your local housing/health agency. Landlords can increase the rent, provided that the lessor has set certain conditions in the rental agreement that allow rent increases. The lease must indicate the amount of the increase or the method of calculating the increase. To be valid, a termination must be dated and signed by you and all other tenants mentioned in the rental agreement. It must also contain that in the Northern Territory, when a temporary lease is about to end, either party may terminate 14 days in advance to terminate the lease. Termination may be served until the last day of the fixed term inclusive. . . .