Notice required by tenant under ASSURED tenancy (not AST)

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    Notice required by tenant under ASSURED tenancy (not AST)

    Hi

    Does anyone know of the notice period required by tenant under Housing Act '88 (or subsequent amendments) for assured (not AST) tenancies.

    Assured tenancy granted 2 years ago with fixed term of 6 months and notice period required of 2 months after that term. Does any statute overrule?

    John

    #2
    It's the same statute as for ASTs: A statutory periodic tenancy arose when the fixed term tenancy ended and, assuming the tenant is paying monthly, the notice is one month to expire with a tenancy period.

    If you're the landlord I have no idea why you granted an assured tenancy, just be glad they are leaving.

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      #3
      As above. See the link below.

      http://england.shelter.org.uk/get_ad...ured_tenancies

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        #4
        Thanks guys.

        JJlandlord by gum I'm glad they're leaving (no end of trouble). I "inherited" the property with the agreement in place - drafted by solicitor.

        John

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