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What is a Eviction notice?

As a landlord there may be times when you need to give your residential tenants a notice to vacate your property. This may be because their tenancy is coming to the end of its term, because you need your property back from a tenant on a rolling tenancy, or when a tenant has breached the tenancy agreement by causing damage or not paying their rent.

Make sure you use the correct notice to vacate to legally evict tenants.

A section 21 notice informs tenants that their tenancy is going to end and the landlord is going to take repossession of the property. Landlords should use this section 21 notice (known as Form 6A in England) to gain possession of a rented property let under an assured shorthold tenancy (AST). The correct use of a section 21 notice will help to ensure that a landlord takes possession of their property safely and legally.

A section 8 notice is used to evict tenants who are in breach of their tenancy agreement. Landlords can use a section 8 notice to evict tenants who have not paid their rent or caused damage to the property.

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