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    #16
    Thank you Mrs Mug. So in effect a L can impose unilaterally a new fixed term. Assuming a S21 notice has already been served, a L then proceeds to apply for a possession order.

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      #17
      Originally posted by spiritkary View Post
      So in effect a L can impose unilaterally a new fixed term.
      No, as you’ve already been told.

      Originally posted by Snorkerz View Post
      both have to agree to a new fixed term and the conditions attached. Landlord can not unilaterally impose a new fixed term.

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        #18
        Just because that is what I have been told as you put it, does not make it correct.

        If a T does not agree to a new fixed term, then a L can proceed to evict following the correct lawful procedure. Which in effect means a L can get the fixed term he wants, albeit from a different T. So in a way, although the L can't impose unilaterally a fixed term on a T, if the T doesn't agree, a L can proceed to evict as I have just mentioned and find a T who will agree.

        As I see it, L& T matters are purely about negotiation between the parties anyway, like most things in life.

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          #19
          Originally posted by spiritkary View Post
          Just because that is what I have been told as you put it, does not make it correct.
          Spiritkary, are you a landlord, agent or a tenant?

          The answers you've been given won't change, but we will be able to understand why you are asking better. Do you have a specific question that you want answered?

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            #20
            Originally posted by spiritkary View Post
            Just because that is what I have been told as you put it, does not make it correct.
            But it is correct. Stop resisting this fact.
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