Valid Notice

Validity of a notice is crucial since without a valid notice, the tenant is under no compulsion to leave. The validity of a notice depends on a number of factors including:-

• Type of tenancy
• If the tenancy is an assured shorthold whether the landlord has:-
• Protected any tenancy deposit and provided the prescribed information
• Use the correct format and given the right dates
• Provided the tenant with a gas safety certificate, the “leaflet” and the Energy Performance Certificate
• Whether the tenant is in breach of the tenancy, e.g. rent arrears or anti social behaviour

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