A fixed-term rental contract ends on the date stated in the contract with no separate notice required. If they wish, tenants renting their apartment directly from Auroranlinna may also terminate a fixed-term rental contract prior to the end date stated in the contract.
If the tenant terminates the rental contract, the obligation to pay rent will end after a one (1) calendar month notice period. In practice, this means that a rental contract ends at the end of the next full calendar month after notice is given.
The notice of termination must be made in writing and must be signed by all parties concerned.
The terms set out in the rental contract shall apply to sublet apartments. Auroranlinna will not process any notices of termination for sublet apartments.
This form is used when terminating a rental contract for an apartment rented directly from Auroranlinna. Fill in, print, and sign the form and then submit it to Auroranlinna’s Apartment Service, either in paper form or by email as an attachment. A notice of termination must always be signed or acknowledged by all signatories to the rental contract.
This form should also be used in situations where one or more signatory to the contract will remain in the apartment, i.e. where the contract is only being terminated for one tenant. Even in these situations, all tenants must sign the notice of termination.
This form is used when terminating a rental contract for an apartment rented directly from Auroranlinna by a person who is now deceased. Fill in, print, and sign the form and then submit it to Auroranlinna’s Apartment Service, either in paper form or by email as an attachment.
All parties to the estate must sign or powers of attorney must be provided for those parties who cannot sign, in order to terminate the rental contract. As an appendix, the notice of termination must also include, from the deceased tenant’s last place of residence, a civil status document (extract from the Population Information System) or death certificate stating the deceased’s date of the death.