AST vs General Tenancy

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    AST vs General Tenancy


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        If the tenant breaches any of the terms of a commonlaw tenancy then these would be grounds for repossession, although I suspect the judges would only give possession for non-payment of rent, very much as with an AST.

        There are no prescribed notices to serve with this type of tenancy, it falls outside the Housing Act so if a term is breached then you would just serve notice of that breach, giving a reasonable time to correct the breach, otherwise then head to the courts.

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