Ending Lodger Agreements

This section of the website covers how to serve notice to a lodger (even if they haven’t done anything wrong), and procedures to follow when a lodger is given notice and/or vacates your home.

Ending a lodger agreement is part of the cycle, it’s perfectly normal. Although, it can still be nerve-racking. But for most long-term landlords, lodgers have come and gone, and that will continue to be the case.

If you’re dealing with a problematic tenant and need a speedy eviction, you may want to refer to the Problem lodgers & Evictions section.

Lodger Notice Template To Terminate Agreement

If you have a lodger in your home and you want them to move out for no reason, and there is no breach, the template below is an example of what you could use to serve notice. You should give your lodger a minimum of 28 days notice (if there is no breach). For more […]

Serving Notice to your lodger

This can be tough, particularly if your lodger is settled and comfortable in your home. However, telling a lodger to leave (even if they have done nothing wrong) is a normal part of being a landlord, and most lodgers will be fine with it, because it was never a permanent arrangement in the first place. […]