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    Notice requiring possesion help

    HI there,I have been reading through various posts and wonder if you could please help me.
    Ok i received a notoce requiring possesion dating 31st March with expiry on 3rd June on an AST periodic tenancy 3rd September 2008!!! The landlady wants to move backin here from Spain

    ok on the letter on the front page it says my contract will not be renewed when it expires after the 03 september 2008
    !! This i only noticed on Friday as a quickglance when I recieved it I thought, OH well they not renewing Ive got plenty of time,this was the letter from the agent. So you can imagine my shock when they said,ermno its the 3rd June!!

    So I have found somewhere else for me and my baby daughter to go and I can move in on Wednesday buuuuut the question is, will the LL let me go early, have I got any rights??
    They got the paperworkwrong (no apology)
    the oven has been condemed since Friday andnot fixed,they said oh well nothing we can do as its bank holiday i will have to wait til after.

    My new LL said he would wait 2 weeks max but would prefer us to move in as soon as.

    Sorry if this is a bit garbled,imnot very good at explaining things andima tad stressed at the mo

    Pease give me some good news .

    Ive begged the agents to let me go early and they said they would ask her but i am obliged to stay here through contract even though she has brought notice sooner? also i could say that if she doesnt let me goI could be extra difficult and stay til she gets a court order.

    I feel so stuck, I just want to live in peace with my daughter.

    Thanks
    Last edited by Rubydoobie; 03-05-2009, 22:48 PM. Reason: missed a paragraph

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