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    Ending a tenancy

    The 6 month tenancy agreement has ended and I would like to give my tenant notice to leave as I would like to renovate my property. What kind of notice do I serve please. My property is in north Wales.

    #2
    Send a section 21.
    "I'm afraid I didn't do enough background checks apart from checking her identity on Facebook" - ANON

    What I say is based on my own experience and research - Please don't take as gospel without first checking the gospel yourself.

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      #3
      Being a Welsh landlord have you not completed the mandatory accreditation for landlords?
      "I'm afraid I didn't do enough background checks apart from checking her identity on Facebook" - ANON

      What I say is based on my own experience and research - Please don't take as gospel without first checking the gospel yourself.

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        #4
        Forgot to add, as you're asking a relatively basic question, did you protect the tenants deposit at the start of the tenancy?
        "I'm afraid I didn't do enough background checks apart from checking her identity on Facebook" - ANON

        What I say is based on my own experience and research - Please don't take as gospel without first checking the gospel yourself.

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          #5
          Yes, I have completed the accreditation and also secured the deposit, thank you. So will a section 21 be OK then and do I give 2 months notice? Many thanks.

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            #6
            See the link below.

            https://www.gov.uk/evicting-tenants/...tion-8-notices

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