Notice period for AST created after original 12 month AST

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    Notice period for AST created after original 12 month AST

    Just been advised by an agent that where a new AST is signed by tenants after the initial 12 month AST (no break clause) that as the tenants have been in the property for over 12 months that they can give 1 month's notice despite the agreed 1 year term.
    That if it went to court that a judge would rule in their favour of tenants on account of the original 12 months being served.
    Does anyone have any experience of this or know if this is in fact correct. I have been a landlord for 20 years and never been aware of it.

    #2
    Erase that agent from your contacts list.

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      #3
      It doesn't begin to make sense on any level.
      I can't even think of what they might be getting it confused with.
      Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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        #4
        No to me either, thanks.

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