A weekly or other periodic tenancy is determinable by notice to quit1, which, in the absence of special stipulations2, should be given so as to expire at the end of any complete period of the tenancy3, and should (subject to the statutory minimum of four weeks in the case of dwellings4) be equal to the length of the period (that is to say: in a weekly tenancy except a tenancy of a dwelling, a week's notice5; in a monthly tenancy, a month's notice6; and, in a quarterly tenancy, a quarter's notice)7.
A weekly tenancy which begins, for example, on a
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