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]
When to use this Section 21 Notice
This document is suitable for a landlord who has let his or her property under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement (AST), where the fixed term of the tenancy has expired and a periodic tenancy is in place.
A Section 21 notice is the only valid way of ending an assured shorthold tenancy where the tenants have not breached the tenancy agreement. It must also be completed in a prescribed format to be valid. Your tenant may be able to refuse to leave the property if you don’t serve the notice correctly.
Section 21 Notice features and contents
- Recognised by courts: This notice is in the prescribed format
- Use to end a tenancy and agree new terms with previous tenants (e.g. should you wish to increase rent)
- Remains valid indefinitely
Excellent Guidance Notes Included
This legal document comes with a step by step guide in plain English as to how you complete this document and what all the legal terms mean. We have made it simple and easy to use.
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