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    Issuing a Section 21 Notice

    Hi Newbie here.

    Can you help me?

    I want to issue a section 21, on the tenancy aggreement the second name of the lady has now changed as they have married, do i still issue to the names i have on the agreement or do i issue to what is now the married name??

    Thank you for your help x

    #2
    How about "Mr B Bloggs & Mrs A Bloggs (nee Smith)"

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      #3
      Yeah that would work, i realised i should write that.

      Thanks for confirming x

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