Lease termination letters are the most commonly used to allow a tenant or lessor to terminate a monthly lease agreement (also known as a “post-authorization lease”). A termination letter can also be used to attempt to terminate a lease if the tenant or lessor has breached their lease by filing a termination, whereas in this case, each party normally has a period of time to “cure” the problem. If the lease does not allow the lease to be terminated prematurely, the tenant can file a formal request for termination, but it is up to the lessor to decide whether he wishes to release the tenant. Some leases require notification when the owner-tenant relationship ends. If you wish to terminate your agreement prematurely, use a termination letter to formally notify the need to terminate the agreement. Here are some common situations where you have to terminate a lease prematurely and leave before a lease expires. Sublease Agreement – As with a standard lease, a fixed period applies, but this agreement applies to the original tenant, not to the landlord who rents the property again. People often need a lease termination when circumstances change for the tenant or landlord. (5) OR – Thirty (30) days in advance, unless the tenant has been on the land for more than one year, landlords and tenants are required to notify at least sixty (60) days in advance. 2. . .