Your termination notice has to be issued according to your Tenancy Agreement.
Any notice required to be given or served on the Landlord will be deemed served
when received between 9:30am – 17:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
Please provide your written notice to Our Head Office
Please note that we can’t accept your termination notice without a specified vacating
Should your termination notice reach us on a Saturday/Sunday, it will be accepted
on the following Monday. Recorded or registered mail should be used if sent by post.
Neither your Landlord nor JAC Strattons bear responsibility for any delays in receiving
a termination notice. Confirming receipt by telephone or email following service
by post is highly recommended.
Once your termination has been processed, you will be required to provide us with;
- your availability for the Inventory check-out
- forwarding address
- name of utility suppliers
You are required to leave the property in the same condition as when you took occupation,
except for fair wear and tear. If the property was professionally cleaned when you
moved in, likewise you will be required to arrange this when you vacate.
Our Moving-out department can book our professional cleaning service on your behalf.
Cleaning must be arranged at least one month in advance. Some Landlords may prefer
to use their appointed cleaning companies, in which case, you will be advised accordingly.
Standard moving out schedule:
3 days in advance
Prepare for removal
2 days in advance
Completion of removal
1 day in advance
Professional cleaning (property must be vacant)
Moving out day
Inventory check-out and return of keys
The inventory check-out will be conducted in accordance with Inventory check-in
list and report. Any questions should be raised to the inventory clerk whilst Inventory
is in progress. Usually, the report will be delivered within 5 working days, however
in peak season, the compilation may take longer. Please contact us if you haven’t
received the report within two weeks.
You or the inventory clerk will report to us your final meter readings. We will
arrange for the change of consumer information to be provided to the suppliers,
however you must advise which utility company you have used and any outstanding
bills will be forwarded to the address supplied.
Based on the Inventory check-out report, we will seek to obtain any dilapidation
claims from your Landlord. Such claims, if any, will be forwarded to you for your
comments. You will need to reply in writing either to the Landlord or to us within
15 working days.
For Assured Shorthold Tenancies, if an agreement as to the amount of deduction is
not reached, the tenant will need to register the dispute with their deposit protection
scheme who will appoint an Independent Case Examiner to mediate on the matter.
For Contractual Agreements and Company lets, either party will instruct an Adjudicator
to rule on the settlement of the deposit.
Should the deposit be held by JAC Strattons, the deposit will be protected by www.mydeposits.co.uk
Once an agreement is reached, the deposit will be released within 10 working days
of receiving written confirmation from both parties.