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Friday, July 21, 2017

Notices

There are two instances of section 20 notices in property in England: (1) is the notice served in relation to early shorthold tenancies under the Housing Act 1988, and the other, (2) refers to section 20 of the Landlord...
Perhaps now is an opportune time to review the process of using section 21 notices as a recent court decision (Spencer v Taylor 2013), after 25 years of use of these notices, could be a real game changer. Section 21...
Section 8 of the Housing Act 1988 specifies under Schedule 2, Ground 1, a means of recovering possession of a residential rental property let on an Assured Tenancy (AT) or an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) but this only applies...
What is a Section 25 Notice? My business lease is coming to an end and my landlord has served on me a Section 25 Notice. Commercial (Business) Tenancies in England & Wales are regulated by the Landlord & Tenant Act...
Section 48 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 states that landlords of residential tenancies in England and Wales must furnish their tenants with an address in England & Wales at which notices can be served. Failure to do...
A section 213 notice is a prescribed form notice which must be served on your tenant, or another person, if they provided a deposit for a rental. If you have taken a deposit for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) in...
This is a handy check list for use to help you ensure you are serving a valid section 21 notice. Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (as amended 1996 & 2004) provides a means of re-gaining possession of...
How can a tenant end a residential tenancy and stay within the law - usually with a Tenant's Notice to Quit? In practice most residential tenancies in England and Wales end (over 90 per cent of them) with tenants giving...
Section 26 Notice - My Commercial (Business Tenancy) Lease Agreement is coming to an end soon and my tenant has served on me a Section 26 Notice. What is this and what should I do? Commercial (Business) Tenancies in England...
Section 8 or 21 - My tenant has not paid me any rent for 7 weeks and I’m considering taking him to court. Should I use section 8 or section 21? Rent arrears is an increasingly common dilemma for landlords...