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    #31
    previous reply was: I would serve a notice to quit on Tuesday giving 7 days notice.
    Have a look at the forms http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.u.../FormFinder.do to see what goes where.

    been to the website above couldn't find anything, any help as to what is the NTQ called on there?

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      #32
      Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
      Sorry to bother you yet again, but you want to sort this out using free advice and not with a solicitor?

      Have you done what was advised earlier?

      Sigh!

      after your last post you will find mine,i have typed my answers besides you questions, please take a look

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        #33
        You have repeatedly said that the occupier pays no rent, nor was there ever any agreement to pay rent, nor did you initially agree to grant him access or possession (but you've since tolerated his presence for years).

        So I am unable to understand how on earth the solicitor thinks there could be a[n assured shorthold] tenancy, or how he expects you to calculate so-called 'rent arrears' for the purposes of a s.8 notice.

        Serve a notice to quit and then apply for possession. But, as you have been advised, the notice must be at least four weeks long. It must also contain information prescribed by law. See post #18.

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          #34
          Sell at auction with tenant insitu.

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