Ending the Tenancy

The Tenancy Agreement is a legal and binding document and can be terminated:

a. By giving a minimum of 14 days written notice within the last 14 days of the fixed term Agreement

b. By giving a minimum of 21 days written notice after the fixed term of the agreement has expired.


The notice period commences from the date that the written notice is received by our office. We highly recommend that you contact Express Realty to confirm that your notice has been received should confirmation not be received by the next business day.


Keys should be returned on the vacate date and all belongings removed, otherwise rent will be continued to be charged until the keys are returned and vacant possession is given.


Once you have made your final rent payment, remember to cancel your registration with DEFT if you have set-up automatic payments. If you do not do this, automatic rent payments will keep being debited from your account.
• DEFT Payment Systems – Ph. 1300 301 090 (www.deft.com.au)


As part of the Residential Tenancy Agreement, the tenant is required to provide access to the landlord/agent to show the premises to prospective tenants within the last few weeks of the tenancy. Access will be required on Saturdays for a open for inspection and during the week. A representative from our office will contact you to advise when access is required.