If the tenancy is a periodic tenancy, the tenant can terminate that tenancy by any method permitted by common law or by the terms of the tenancy agreement. Accordingly, the tenant may serve on his landlord a notice to quit and on the expiry of the notice the tenant will have no further protection under the Housing Act 1988. Alternatively, the tenant can agree with the landlord a surrender of the tenancy by agreement. However, any document signed by the tenant on or before the date of the tenancy or given
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