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    #16
    The link in post #13 gives: "Total documents found in BAILII databases: 3645", because the link's URL tags only include: "http://www.bailii.org/cgi-bin/sino_search_1.cgi?sort=juris&datehigh=&query=ultra " but is missing: "%20and%20vires%20and%20"statutory%20instrument"&m e thod=boolean&highlight=1&datelow=&mask_path=ew/cases" at the end.
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      #17
      blimey and i thouugt id just asked a simple question !!!!
      still not sure if the letter i recieved (section 21 possession order) is valid signed by the letting agent

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        #18
        As mentioned above, the landlord or agent's (A) signature is not required on the notice, so the presence of A's signature would not invalidate it. More important is whether the notice includes the name(s) and address of tenant (or joint tenants) and the name(s) and address of landlord (or joint landlords), and whether the landlord has proof of service of the notice.
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          #19
          by way of assistance the case confirming that the notice does not need to be signed is Barker v Hands [2007] EWCA Civ 869
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