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  1. Dave Griffith says

    Pleasantly surprised by the answer, I always thought handing back the keys or leaving them in the property was fundamental to establishing implied surrender and the standard advice was to get a court order as the tenant MIGHT return from holiday, prison or hospital and claim illegal eviction