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    2 months is reasonable. Don't feel guilty.

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    2 months is definitely reasonable!!!

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    I think after you've given notice she can up and leave anytime. So if you gave her extra time and planned your year around it she could go in a month.

    Make sure you have any repairs done in those two months so you can claim it on tax.

    If she doesn't like being forced to move she shouldn't rent.

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    Two months is fair. Asking for an extra 12 months is insane!

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    2 months is valid we were given 1 month warning only after the landlord kept trying to sell to us we said no for the about the 6th time and we got an email that day saying we had to vacate 2 months would have been much better for us. A lot can change in 12 months

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    Perhaps tell her that she's been a great tenant (I think you said that!?) and happy to give her a glowing reference to help her find a new place. 2 months is ample. Was there a signed lease on the property?

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    Just thinking as well get her out by June 30 so the 15/16 financial year is purely owner occupier.
    You could give her until June 30 to make it nice and tidy tax wise

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    There are legislative requirements re how much notice you have to give. This varies state to state. Check out your states Residential Tenancies Authority or similar. Wouldnt be 12 months tho!

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    60 days is the minimum in WA if the tenant is not on a lease, it's set that way as it's seen as enough time to find a new place and shift.

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    12 months???

    That's not notice, that's a new lease!

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