Yes – however in our opinion break clauses simply confuse the matter. If there is power to end a tenancy after six months, why not simply grant a six month tenancy and let it run on (roll over/hold over)?

Any such clause in the tenancy agreement might read:

The landlord or the tenant may determine the tenancy hereby created at or at any time after the end of the first six months of the tenancy provided one month’s prior notice in writing of such desire is given to the other party.

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