Tenant rescinding notice, but not paid rent in full.

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    The snag I see is that if a notice is invalid and the parties agree the tenancy should end what you effectively have is an agreement to surrender which is only valid if it complies with the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989. Once the tenant has left and the landlord has taken back control there will have been a suurender by operation of law, but up to then the position has to be doubtful.

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