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    Termination via email

    If the agreement says notice for termination under a break clause can be given by registered post or via email, is email notification sufficient or are there any considerations that email only may be an invalid notice?

    #2
    Best we see the exact wording of the relevant clause.

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      #3
      Originally posted by London87 View Post
      If the agreement says notice for termination under a break clause can be given by registered post or via email
      ... then surely notice of termination can be given via email?

      Am I missing something?

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        #4
        Here’s the full clause:

        Either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving the other party not less than two months’ advance written Notice. In case of the Tenant such Notice will only be effective if sent by recorded delivery to X or alternatively via email to Y. This Notice may not expire before the end of the first six months of the Tenancy.


        So in my reading the Tenant would validly terminate the agreement if:
        - Notice may be sent at any time but has to be sent minimum two months before the termination date;
        - Email notification alone is sufficient;
        - The termination date of the agreement can be any date after the first six months of the tenancy.

        Is this interpretation correct?

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          #5
          Originally posted by London87 View Post
          Is this interpretation correct?
          Yes it is correct.

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            #6
            Originally posted by London87 View Post
            Here’s the full clause:

            Either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving the other party not less than two months’ advance written Notice. In case of the Tenant such Notice will only be effective if sent by recorded delivery to X or alternatively via email to Y. This Notice may not expire before the end of the first six months of the Tenancy.

            Is this interpretation correct?
            If the tenancy started on 10 June, does this mean the earliest termination date of the tenancy under the break clause would be 9 December (i.e. which is the end date of the first six months of the tenancy) or 10 December (the first day after the end of the tenancy)?

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