Return of deposit/notice period

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    #16
    Just a quick update to this query - this is the wording I've found on my contract which covers the issue of the notice period - am I still bound by this even in a periodic tenancy? It seems very woolly!

    “The Landlord or the Tenant must give the other a two months’ notice in writing to take effect after the initial term.”

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      #17
      Originally posted by bbanyard View Post
      Just a quick update to this query - this is the wording I've found on my contract which covers the issue of the notice period - am I still bound by this even in a periodic tenancy? It seems very woolly!

      “The Landlord or the Tenant must give the other a two months’ notice in writing to take effect after the initial term.”
      No, I already answered this in the very first response to your original query!

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        #18
        Just to support what Eric says, just sticking something in an AST doesn't mean it overrides your statutory rights.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Ericthelobster View Post
          No, I already answered this in the very first response to your original query!
          Not quite the same thing - I thought I'd post the actual text of the contract here to see if it makes any difference - it's the "after the initial term" gubbins that's bothering me!

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            #20
            It could be that your initial term was only 6 months, in which case the clause wouldn't be wrong, as you would have to give 2 months' notice ending after 6 months. That doesn't change what happens now though, which is that you have to give one month ending on the last day of a rental period, landlord has to give two.

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