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    My head hurts.

    Refer Mad Regulators to Arkell vs Pressdram.

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    You have stated that the fixed term ends in 3 weeks, so you cross out the "Periodic" line.
    It is the date that the notice is deemed served that is important.
    Stalkers, please go over this comment with a fine tooth comb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pobinr View Post
    I give you notice that I require possession of this
    dwelling house by virtue of: (delete statement (1) or (2) as appropriate)
    (1) Your Fixed-Term Assured Shorthold Tenancy - Housing Act 1988 section 21(1)b

    (2) Your Periodic Assured Shorthold Tenancy - Housing Act 1988 section 21(4)a"
    The fixed term expires 7th March 2013. Currently, there is no statutory periodic tenancy. It does not exist. It may never exist, if T vacates on 7th March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theartfullodger View Post
    .....

    Try a landlord course & get educated?

    http://www.rla.org.uk/landlord/courses/course1.shtml


    Lettings for Landlords

    Objectives

    The aim of this course is to explain to Landlords their obligations in relation to their tenants and any agents they use, and vice-versa.

    Course Content

    Lettings is a minefield and legal understanding of the main issues is important. This course deals with the main areas that affect Landlords. The main topics covered are –

    Tenancy types – important if you are buying a property with a tenant in place.

    The condition of your property. If it is not up to scratch you can be sued and /or prosecuted.

    Inventories. This is the evidence you rely on if you need to deduct from the tenants deposit. Fail to carry out an adequate Inventory and you will lose your case.

    Periodic and Final check out Inspections. Practical advice about what you can and should do.

    Getting and vetting tenants.

    Possession proceedings, Notices and completing court forms.

    The Law on harassment and Unlawful Eviction. This is a minefield for Landlords. The law is weighted against you. Do not let the tenant lure you into an expensive trap.


    Cheers!
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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