What Happens If You End A Tenancy Agreement Early

I have a very bad situation with my university accommodation. My student funding didn`t pay me enough to move in, I asked that I pay for a big fodder and pay the leftovers £100 if I get paid, and I said I had to move in for the 16th, she said she couldn`t allow it and she would let me know within 24 hours (10 September) to call on the 24th and ask me to make the payment but I told her that you had not contacted me in time, so I looked elsewhere so I asked for the cancellation that she would have succeeded, I called back on October 2nd, she said she had not heard anything, which I recalled this Friday (15). November) and she said, oh, he refused, but she didn`t inform me of this information when I asked for a copy of an email when and why it was refused, and she said she couldn`t provide it because it was a phone call is it far from that she charged me for a room that was refused to me after signing my rental? When you rent a property to a fixed-term AST, you are required to pay your rent for the duration of the lease. Usually, you can only terminate the lease and terminate your lease prematurely if: • Guaranteed Short-Term Lease (ASTA) – this is the most common type of rental nowadays. Your rental may be an ASTA tenancy if the property is rented by a private landlord who does not live in a part of the property, if the property is rented as the primary dwelling and if the rental began after January 15, 1989. However, your rental will be excluded from registration if it started before 15 January 1989 and the rent is more than £100,000 per year or less than £250 per year (less than £1,000 per year in London) or if it is a commercial lease or the rental of licensed premises or a holiday rental or if your landlord is not a private landlord. but is, for example, a municipality or housing association. An AST can be either a fixed-term rental or a periodic rental or a legal periodic rental • The lease includes an interruption clause that states that you can terminate the fixed-term rental prematurely (generally, only long-term rentals have an interruption clause or if you negotiate with your landlord to include one in your lease) or if you have to leave your tenancy prematurely, then it`s best to explain to your landlord why. .