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Periodic Notice (section 21 (4) (a))
This notice is required when seeking a non fault based possession (the tenant has done nothing wrong) and for use during, on or before the end of a tenancy.
Periodic Notice (section 21 (4) (b))
This notice is required when seeking a non fault based possession (the tenant has done nothing wrong) and for use after the end of the tenancy.
Section 8 Notice for Possession
This notice is required where a landlord seeks a fault based possession (where the tenant has done something wrong). There are 17 grounds for possession. Our Section 8 Notice allows a landlord to obtain possession where the tenant has failed to pay the rent on grounds for possession 8 & 10.
Rent Change Notice (section 13)
A section 13 notice allows a landlord to raise the rent of a property in England and Wales. To find out how to use the Section 13 Notice have a look at the links below.
Prescribed Information – Insurance & Custodial / Section 213 Notice
Strictly speaking it is not a notice at all but a set of prescribed information as set out by statute under powers given to the Secretary of State by s.213 of the Housing Act 2004. It requires where a landlord takes a tenancy deposit to give their tenant certain information within 14 days of taking the deposit. Our notice provides the tenant all the necessary information on several forms whether you are using the custodial or insurance backed schemes.
Deed of Guarantee
If you don’t take a tenancy deposit or have concerns about your prospective tenants ability to pay the rent. Why not obtain a deed of guarantee? This potentially gives you more security. Have a look how it works below.