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  • Izzycam
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    Thanks, that's great, normally use a solicitor but she's on hols, and I don't want to wait....

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by Izzycam View Post
    I think under section 8 as she owes more than 2 months rent, or will very soon.Thanks
    You can use s.8 re rent on g8 (> two months' unpaid), g10 (any rent unpaid), or g11 (persistent late payment).
    Once Notice validly served, wait two weeks and then begin proceedings.

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  • Izzycam
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    I think under section 8 as she owes more than 2 months rent, or will very soon.Thanks

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  • jeffrey
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    Do you mean under s.8 or s.21? There are losts of threads on each and how to set correct dates.

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  • Izzycam
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    What date to serve notice please

    Could anyone please tell me the correct date to serve notice on my Tennant please, she moved in and signed contracts on the 2/07/07 on a 6 months shorthold assured tennancy agreement (payable every Monday),She owes me £900.. Any help much appreciated, also is there a form I could download to send her. Thanks

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