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  • House
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    section 8 on grounds 8, 10 and 11 pronto pronto and a section 21 for good measure!

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by AndyJohnson View Post
    doesnt it have to be 2 months outstanding
    Not "in arrears". For ground 8 under s.8, in the case of a monthly rent, there must be at least two months' rent unpaid [i.e. not "in arrears"]. If month1's is unpaid, and month2's is not paid on the due date, L can- the very next day (when the rent's one month and one day in arrears)- proceed on the basis that two months' rent payments have fallen due and still remain unpaid.

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  • AndyJohnson
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    bad management

    doesnt it have to be 2 months outstanding

    further, she has been missing for months, no ones seen her

    should i still issue a section 8? shall i issue a section 21 aswell?

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  • jeffrey
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    Er, why did the rent arrears slide to this extent? As soon as one month's rent is unpaid, L should be on to T (failing which serve a s.8 Notice).

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  • Tenant missing for six months; no rent paid either

    hi everyone

    i have a tennant whos been missing for 6 months

    she hasnt paid any rent

    what can i do about it?

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