Non-payment of final month's rent; can L demand it?

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    Non-payment of final month's rent; can L demand it?

    My tenant has not paid their final month's rent and is not responding to my attempts to contact them about his by email and mobile. When, over a month ago, they gave me two month's notice that they wanted to end the tenancy, they mentioned they were planning to move the America in September.

    If they do not pay the outstanding rent before the end of their tenancy, and they leave the country, what are my options to claim the outstanding rental?

    Any advice would be most welcome.

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