If you`re trying to get out and don`t want to let yourself go (because they say “only at the end of 8 months”), it seems reasonable to me to say that “at the end of a relevant period” means you can terminate the agreement at the end of a month with a 2-month period. Any other interpretation would be unfair (imo). Remember that if you let one tenant break their lease and not another, you are taking the risk of discrimination. It is better to have a guideline that you can apply to all customers. I just wanted to clarify this point if you were to confuse a 2-month notice period with a one-year period without an explicit interruption clause, because that would mean you would have to stay for one year and terminate for 10 months. .