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  • Another S21 question re period of validity.

    Tenants signed a 6 month tenancy. Notice served after 4 months as they were going to move out. Changed their minds and signed a new 6 month fixed term. They have now decided they want to move (again)!

    Question: Is the original notice still valid, or because they signed a new fixed term, will I have to serve a new notice?

    For some reason I have it in my head that a Notice is valid for 12 months.

    Hope you can help.

    Thanks

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    Question: Is the original notice still valid, or because they signed a new fixed term, will I have to serve a new notice? YES!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by angyb View Post
      Tenants signed a 6 month tenancy. Notice served after 4 months as they were going to move out. Changed their minds and signed a new 6 month fixed term. They have now decided they want to move (again)!

      Question: Is the original notice still valid, or because they signed a new fixed term, will I have to serve a new notice?

      For some reason I have it in my head that a Notice is valid for 12 months.

      Hope you can help.

      Thanks
      A Notice is specific to the tenancy concerned.
      New tenancy means need new Notice.
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      • #4
        Thank you both for your responses.

        It is greatly appreciated.

        Angyb

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