If the rent is payable each week and the payment does not include a substantial amount for catering (i.e. meals), the landlord must present a rental book or an equivalent book.  “weekly payable” means that the tenant`s obligation to pay rent is made weekly. A distinction is made between contractual rental periods and intervals at the time the rent is actually paid.  This means that the rent could be “payable weekly,” so the landlord must present a rental book, even if the tenant does not actually pay the rent until 14 days or per month to the landlord. However, if the tenant accepts the manager/owner`s request to leave prematurely, he can negotiate compensation (for example. B moving costs). Any agreement should be written down. When a tenancy period expires on a day that is not the end of an agreed term (or other agreed tenancy period), it is firmly established (in practice, if not by law), that a tenant must pay rent only until the end of the life term. Landlords recognize this without exception and the last rental needs will generally only apply until the last day of the lifetime for an allocated amount. Requiring rent beyond the end of life could result in an extension of life.
The Supreme Court`s question was whether the lease should take into account the fact that the lessor should only be entitled to a reasonable portion of the rent for the period during which the lease ended. The lease remained silent on this issue and argued that rent sharing was business common sense. Currently, the Distribution Act does not authorize rent imviation, as the Aportionment Act of 1870 applies only to unpaid rents (see Ellis/Rowbotham  1 QB 740). As a result, therefore, the mo had to rely on a clause in the contract which, in this case, is implicit. This case arose out of a dispute between Marks and Spencer plc (“M-S”) and the owner of a four-storey building in Paddington Basin, London. The company obtained leases for the four floors between January 25, 2006 and February 2, 2018. The flashing “basic rent” of $919,800, plus VAT, was paid under the lease “annually and on a pro-rata basis for each part of the year in quarterly increments equal to advance” and these payments were due on the usual days of the quarter (March 25, June 24, September 29 and December 25). A tenant or administrator/owner terminates a fixed-term contract before the end date for no reason (i.e. for no sufficient reason) he breaks the contract. This is also called a violation of the treaty. Strictly speaking, payment should not be made by mail unless the tenant is responsible for doing so and the payment is made in cash. A tenant who pays rent in cash should ask the landlord to pay in the event of a dispute.
It is a common rule that the rent to be paid in advance cannot be split on a time basis, regardless of how the lease was terminated, unless there is a clear wording in the lease that says something else.  If z.B. a monthly rental agreement with rent to be paid in advance on the 1st of the month expires before the end of a tenancy period, the tenant: A tenant may not be required to leave the property during a fixed-term contract without an order from QCAT (e.g. B excessive hardness). The landlord must provide the tenant with an address to which the tenant can notify the landlord. If the landlord does not do so, the rent is considered unsted.  However, as soon as the requirement is met, the rent is payable at the beginning of the rent.