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Section 8 Notice - download our FREE section 8 notice for landlords.

FREE SECTION 8 NOTICE

How do landlords get a FREE section 8 Notice?

Landlords that are registered users of Property Hawk can download a Section 8 Notice for FREE. 

The free Section 8 Notice is available within Property Hawk’s free landlord software - Property Manager.

The Property Manager software will automatically fill in the Section 8 Notice form with all the relevant details.  It can then be viewed as a PDF, downloaded, emailed and printed off.  The form remains stored on the landlord’s account to be viewed or re-printed. 

When it comes to re-letting  to a subsequent tenant, a landlord just needs to create a new tenancy, a process that takes a couple of seconds,  a new Section 8 Notice form can then be generated and a landlord is then able to print off their new set of prescribed information.

Once a landlord has added their basic details by signing up, these are stored by the Property Manager and can be used to prepopulate a whole range of other forms needed by a landlord to manage their lettings business.

Using Property Manager to create your Section 8 Notice

Creating a section 8 Notice should take no longer than 3 minutes.  We have timed it! Having done it once it will take you even less time next time round.  The other good thing about using the Property Manager is that because it is Internet based you can use it at work……...when the boss isn’t looking!  A great time saving manoeuvre!

Which set of  prescribed information do I need?

The forms that a landlord will need to generate will depend on how the landlord intends to deal with the tenants deposit.  If the landlord is to use the custodial scheme they should download the custodial scheme information along with its terms and conditions.  Where a landlord is using the insurance backed scheme they should download the three parts relating to this scheme.
 
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Comments (6)

section 8
need a section 8 form
#1 - colin wicks - 04/19/2015 - 08:17
rent not paid
TWO MONTHS RENT NOT PAID
#2 - miss pippa clare - 04/21/2015 - 09:25
RENT ARREARS
BEHIND WITH TWO MONTHS RENT
#3 - miss pippa clare - 04/21/2015 - 09:30
Rent increased but not paid
signed a new agreement back in september 2015 and agreed a rent of £1300 a month but tenant has only been paying £1000 a month.
#4 - Hossein Akramzadeh - 01/20/2016 - 22:26
Rent arrears
No rent paid since 16/12/2015
#5 - Adrian Dart - 03/23/2016 - 16:35
S8
need form
#6 - Ruth Turner - 07/20/2016 - 10:30
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