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  • steph h
    started a topic Section 8 eviction notice

    Section 8 eviction notice

    Hi

    I have a tennant that has not paid rent for a number of months and want to issue a section 8 notice, is thare a template and what is the procedure if he doesn't leave? He is not communicating with me in any way.

  • Hillsy101
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    Do you use a letting agent or manage yourself? If a LA then they can sort the serving of S8 but not the rest (they'll peddle their own legal team).

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  • KTC
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    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/gaining-...nder-section-8

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  • jpkeates
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    Yes, section 8 notices have a prescribed format and need to be completed in a specific way (laying out the grounds particularly).

    You then apply to the courts for repossession when the notice expires.
    Then there's a hearing.

    If you are unsure, it might be sensible to get professional help.
    Either a solicitor or someone who specialises in repossession.

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