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    s21 signiture

    Sometime i get tenants to sign s21s, if they want to be evicted (sometimes the council needs an eviction form to re house them)

    If i am posting them tho, should i be signing them in the exact signiture spot where i get the tenants to sign when they accept them?

    Or is proof of postage enough without the signiture?

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    Originally posted by medlock View Post
    Sometime i get tenants to sign s21s, if they want to be evicted (sometimes the council needs an eviction form to re house them)

    If i am posting them tho, should i be signing them in the exact signiture spot where i get the tenants to sign when they accept them?

    Or is proof of postage enough without the signiture?
    A section 21 notice does not need to be signed by anyone.

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      Great thanks

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