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    NLA s21 wording

    I went to see my solicitor the other day about another matter and whilst there i spoke to him about s21. I showed him a s21 i had prepared using the NLA website and first off he said it was wrong, then i said i got it from the NLA, he said well, it's not wrong as such, but it's not 'accurate'. He took issue with the fact that on the NLA form it says 'by virute of s21 of the housing act...'. My guy says it should also mention the subsection i.e. section 21(1)(b) for fixed term and S21(4)(a) for periodic.

    My guy is also a district judge so i presume he knows what he's talking about and he will be seeing these in his court and he likes them to be what he calls 'accurate'. Is he just being clever or should i not use the NLA s21?

    Thanks

    #2
    You could use the NLA S21 but you must specify which bit you are using - (a) or (b).



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      http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/agreements.htm

      look through here at all the free documents you can use.

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