As explained earlier, the tenant has the right to reside in the leased property at any time and to renew his / her lease every year. Now, if the tenant intends to vacate the leased property, he must inform the landlord of his intention at least three months before the expiration date of the lease agreement. It should be noted that if at least three months before the end of the lease does not inform the landlord of their intention, the lease will be automatically extended for another year and the tenant will be liable for another year. . To inform the landlord of the eviction of the property, the tenant is required to send a formal letter, the format of which is determined by the housing court, and it must be emphasized that this letter must be sent at least three months before the expiration date of the lease. Deliver to the owner. It should also be noted that this letter must be delivered by registered mail or in person to the owner, and if you use custom mail, the receipt must be kept. Regarding personal delivery to the owner, he must receive a receipt from the owner in which the owner has written the signature and the date.