I gave my tenant the termination and section 33 (property listing) during this time it devastated the double-glazed windows. Not sure about any other damage. The tenant put a screw on the door so I couldn`t get up to check. He says he still lives there with the windows broken, etc. I was told that he had moved in with a friend. Stay best with Section 33 (2 months notice) or I should issue a deportation order or both. All aids are appreciated. How can I turn up the windows, even if he lets me in after 24 hours of non-reporting? Make sure your letter clearly indicates when you are moving. If you terminated your tenant between March 26, 2020 and August 28, 2020, the period must be at least 3 months.
The new tenants are fully experienced and have pulled me on bail, want 1k compensation and ask for 3.5k in `damage`, as I have served you fake… It seems I have to rewrite the agreements and accept the deposit (I don`t know, but registered the funds the day their lawyer`s letter landed! You must notify your landlord in advance if you wish to terminate your lease – what is called termination. I also need you to return my state lease bond. Despite the method you use to terminate a tenancy agreement, you may find yourself in a stressful situation where your shabby tenant refuses to evacuate. Unfortunately, none of the above methods can force the tenant to go physically. Section 8 can be served at any point during a lease, but in many cases it is easier and more convenient to use section 21 to get rid of an unsering tenant. The reason is that Section 8 does not guarantee evacuation/possession. A tenant can choose to ignore the notification and remain in quality, and then the case can inevitably end up in court for the judge to decide your fate. Unfortunately, the result may not be in your favor, and therefore side by side with the tenant and grant them the right to stay in the property. For the most part, the whole situation could last several months and you can`t even get the desired result. I`ve never been in that situation, but it happens, and I guess it`s really soul destroying.
@Tara you must give them at least 2 months` notice (at least for STAs in England and Wales). I`ve never heard of 42 days` notice – for me it sounds like a Baloney! The most infamous (and most disturbing) is that many landlords and tenants believe that a tenancy agreement automatically expires on the date set and agreed in a tenancy agreement next to the „end date“ box.