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    i want to evict my tenants from my flat as i have to move in to it asap. this is my first property i have rented out. the tennants did have a six month contract which ran out 28th sept 05. am i correct to think i should give them 1 months notice in writing? and could some one please give me and example of what exactly to writ in the letter. thank you very much for you help.

    #2
    One months notice in writing, so basically a Section 21 notice. You must give it before the next rent payment date to expire the payment date after that....I think!
    Any posts by myself are my opinion ONLY. They should never be taken as correct or factual without confirmation from a legal professional. All information is given without prejudice or liability.

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      #3
      2 months notice ! Landlords give 2 months notice ! Use a section 21.

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        #4
        ok, so it is in my right to give one months notice form 2day for example.? it says on the back of my contract.

        If the tenant satys on or after the fixed term, his tenancy will continue to run from month to month (a periodic tenancy)

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jennifer_M
          2 months notice ! Landlords give 2 months notice ! Use a section 21.

          is this true even tho the fixed term is over, it says on my contract.

          this periodic tenency can be ended by the tennant by giving at least one months notice.

          would this be the same from land lord to tennant?

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            #6
            You need to give 2 months notice and the dates are very important.

            See this thread & read Paul_f for more info.

            http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...=question+time

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              #7
              Energise! I know, I know, I know!

              Wish posters would use the search facility first! In fact I wish they would find out how to end a tenancy before they grant one, but then again I know people who know how to fly a plane but can't land one!
              The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Paul_f
                but then again I know people who know how to fly a plane but can't land one!

                Jeez, are they still up there then.

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                  #9
                  I have flown, landed and walked away afterwards but never bothered to get a licence, preferring someone else to do the flying so I could get out half way. I also know it gets tiresome for the regulars to keep answering the same questions but when the answer is so quick to give, why not, seems to me this 'use the search facility' reply is a quick way of driving newcomers away and as several contributors have stated, the idea is to improve the standard of landlording, not drive away people looking for help. The search facility is excellent but is a long winded process and may not be able to help in every case.
                  Periodic tenancy, 2 months notice required, must end at the end of a rent period so if the rent is due on the 14th of a month, the S21 must state 'after 13th'. Give at least 2 months notice and to be safe, don't serve on a Friday, weekend or bank holiday. Postal service is OK and doesn't need to be recorded but this is safer.
                  Have I missed anything? If so, no doubt someone will post a link.

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                    #10
                    Agreed Woofster, also, when a question is revisited, it often throws up new slants on the subject which in turn helps people refresh the issue in thier minds and thus learn. People can be lazy though and I often post links to old questions.

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                      #11
                      My apologies, god only knows why I said 1 months notice! *doh*
                      Any posts by myself are my opinion ONLY. They should never be taken as correct or factual without confirmation from a legal professional. All information is given without prejudice or liability.

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                        #12
                        Nice one Mr Woof
                        I have written that down and added to my favourite sentences

                        Thanx

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