Notice to Quit
The most common way of ending a tenancy or evicting a tenant is by a landlord serving their tenant with a notice to quit. A notice to quit operates to terminate the tenancy whether or not your tenant agrees. The landlord will need to serve a valid notice either in the form of a section 21 notice or a section 8 notice which you as a landlord need to make sure is correctly done. Failure to serve a valid notice to quit is a complete defense to possession proceedings. Meaning that the tenant will have a complete defense to possession proceedings if court proceedings are issued against the tenant.
Notice to Quit – getting it right!
Deciding on which notice to quite to use, completing the notice to quite correctly and serving the notice to quit on the tenant in the right format, on the right date is all quite complex, whilst looking at the initial form might seem quite straight forward 70% of landlords DO get it WRONG and have their case thrown from court, nightmare!
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Notice to Quit
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