9 months into the 12 months lease, the landlord gave the tenant (me) 90 days notice to vacate by the end of the lease period. My intention was to extend the lease as I didn't want to move. At the end of the 10th month into the lease or a month after receiving the vacate notice, I gave notice to break the lease upon finding a suitable rental place (literally 150 meters away). The estate agent said I had to pay for: a) advertising cost b) NTD checks on applicants c) pro-rata on letting fees d) continue to pay rent until a new tenant moves in And I paid these and didn't think much of this then. A new Tenant was found and moved in 1 week before the actual end of the lease agreement. I understand the Tenancy Act requires the Tenant to pay the above in the event the Tenant break lease and this makes sense. However in my case, the Landlord has issued the notice to vacate and would have had to pay for (a) and (b) to let out her property. I have asked both the agent and landlord (took advice from the agent) to share the cost of the (a) and (b) and pro-rata it, with my share of the cost being 2 months of the 12 months but they refused. Now the landlord is enjoying almost another 12 months of lease (or rental income) without having to pay for (a) and (b) at my expense. Through my decision to break the lease and advertise, the llandlord continues to receive rental income uninterrupted. Do I have any legal rights under Property Law to share the advertising cost with the landlord? The Tenancy Act talks about minimising the landlord's losses, but what about the Tenant's losses?