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Name and address of the landlord for service of notices – Section 47 & 48 Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 – What is the significance of this?

To fulfil the requirements of Section 47: Landlord’s name and address to be contained in demands for rent, and Section 48: Notification by the landlord of address for service of notices, you should ensure that your tenancy agreement contains the landlord’s contact details or those of his/her agent.

You will not be able serve notice of possession on a tenant when you have not given notice of your address and without this notice rent cannot be lawfully demanded.

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