You give the landlord as much notice (of your intended departure) as was agreed when you took the tenancy. You surrender the keys on your last day in the property. The fact that you have found a new residence is nothing to do with your existing landlord and quite possibly of no interest to him/her
by Sir Jam - 3 hours ago
You surrender your keys on the last day of your lease/rental agreement. Meaning, if you gave notice to be out by July 31st, then you surrender your keys on 7/31/10. It doesn't matter to the landlord when you move into a new place. If you hold on to the keys for even one day into August, he has every right to charge you rent for all of August.
by ? - 3 hours ago
Until the time when you've paid for. Usually it ends up being the last day of the month that you last paid your rent. But sometimes they'll let you pay pro-rated rates for a few days out of the next one.
by Mr. E. Mann - 3 hours ago
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