Both tenants and landlords use lease termination letters to end rental agreements and these letters should state the reasons for ending the lease within the proper notice period and according to the requirements of the lease agreement, as well as the availability of the property. Either party can terminate a lease as long they follow the process outlined in the rental agreement.
Termination letters need to state valid reasons for ending the lease agreement and give proper notice, which is usually 30 days. Next, the letter needs to say when the property will be available. Valid reasons need to be in accordance with the rental agreement and with state and local laws. Tenants can terminate for reasons like unlivable premises or failure to provide necessities like water and heat. Landlord reasons include failure to pay rent, major damage to the property or violations of the rental agreement.