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    S.21 notice - expiry date

    I understand that when issuing an S.21 notice an expiry date must be entered that falls on the last day of a period if the tenancy is a periodic shorthold. If however the end of the 2 month notice period falls within the fixed term there may not be a need to enter an expiry date.

    What is the legal position where an expiry date doesn't need to be entered, but it has been and the date given is not the the last day of a period? Would this be an invalid notice or not?

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    An expiry date needs to be given.
    Instead of hypotheticals, why not just outline the perceived problem? It saves us playing a game of 20 questions.
    Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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