I have a tenant and so far rental payment has been alright. But in the last month, the tenant delayed payment by giving lies and untrue stories.
In such a situation, I believe I would be in the right if I ask the tenant to move out. However, the tenancy agreement is for a year, and it has a clause stating early termination would incur penalties. The agreement has not lapsed.
Question is, it was the tenant who first breached the contract. Am I liable to pay any penalties should I decide to terminate the tenancy prematurely?
Or, what are my options in such a situation?
Thanks in advance.
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asked on Aug 2, 2014 at 19:23
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