Write down any agreement between you and your client. The agreement must also be signed and dated by both parties. While some oral agreements may be binding, the agreed terms are much more difficult to prove. A lease is a legally binding contract as soon as both parties sign. It would be the same if you were a new tenant and you signed a lease before moving in. The rental agreement accepts that you will occupy (or continue to occupy) this rent for the duration of the contract. Nevertheless, you may just want to be with them in advance and ask if they could be generous and allow them to terminate the agreement prematurely and without penalty. One way or another, read your rental agreement and check with your local housing agency to find out what steps you need to take in your country to break the lease and report a move. I wish you the best of luck.
Anyone who has signed the lease should receive a copy of the contract. Tenants must keep their copies in a safe place in order to return them, if necessary, throughout the lease. Some managers or landlords may charge the tenant an additional copy of the rental agreement. Depending on the administrative agreement and local laws, a real estate administrator may or may not issue a copy of the lease to an owner. You should always try to create a back-to-back lease so that you have a paying tenant in your property as many days as possible per year. Ideally, a new lease should start the next day, when a lease ends. Entry/exit times are not uncommon. Take a hint of the hotels. You indicate check-out times and night fees, not day fees. Your apartment is far from a hotel, but it helps to understand the importance of time management when it comes to tenants.