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    I'm about to submit forms to the court to obtain a possession order for my property (tenant refusing to move out).

    I have read on many posts that I have to give 2 clear months notice when serving the S21 to the tenant.

    My tenancy agreement with the tenants is due to expire 5th February 2010. I served notice to them on December 5th 2009. This may be a stupid question, but is that 2 clear months?


    No problem for s21(1)b


      Thank you



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