I've got a tenant in Melbourne who wants to break her lease. I'm happy to do this because she's always complaining about petty maintenance issues. So I told the PM to let the tenant know she can break but has to pay the rent until we find a new tenant plus advertising costs. The PM said the tenant has these 3 options and they can choose which option they prefer: 1. Lease Break with expenses. 2. We let them out of their lease with no charges, as long as they give a minimum 4 weeks’ notice. 3. Tenant transfer. I want to do #1 but the PM says the tenants have a choice and they choose #3, a tenant transfer. Is this correct? This was the email from PM: The tenant has emailed me asking about completing a tenant transfer. I'm worried they will put a friend into the property, with a similar mentality on maintenance. We could take this opportunity to release them from their lease agreement early (lease is up in December) so we can find completely different tenants with no ties as it is inevitable for me to do this soon anyway. December is also a slow leasing month, as most prospects like to move in the new year.