Please note that the Coronavirus Act 2020 has amended the notice period that needs to be given to a tenant to evict them, and the courts have published guidelines on what hearings and applications they will deal with during the lock down. That advice is changing daily and so prior to completing and serving the notice we suggest that you check whether the current government guidelines will enable you to end the tenancy. [Our no quibble money back guarantee still applies if you are unable to use our product due to the coronavirus]
The pack includes:
1. Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement
This is an assured shorthold agreement (AST) suitable for houses and flats both for single occupancy or shared on a joint and several basis, furnished or unfurnished.
2. Section 8 Notice to Quit
A formal Section 8 Notice complying with the Housing Act 1988. Use this form to evict a tenant and gain possession of your property when there has been a breach of the tenancy agreement (e.g. non-payment of rent) before the end of the fixed term of the tenancy.
3. Section 21 Notice to Quit
The Section 21 is used to terminate an Assured Shorthold Tenancy in England or Wales when the fixed term ends. This is a mandatory document for any landlord wishing to regain possession or agree a new tenancy and must be completed correctly to be valid.
4. Letter of Guarantee
5. Rent Arrears Letter to Tenant
6. Standing Order Set up Form
7. Rent Increase Notice
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