S21 (4)(a) - expiry date
Possession - Section 8 and Section 21

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
14 years ago
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We cannot offer a service of working out these dates free of charge.
We prefer you to attend training courses where you will be advised to serve a S21 during the fixed term
We can tell you how it should be calculated. I assume each tenancy is 6 months.
In each case you will need 2 notices.
In the weekly tenancy the first notice will be at least 2 months long and expire the day before the rent is due. A second notice will be needed that is at least 2 months long and expires the day of the week that is the day of the last day of the tenancy.
The 4 weekly tenancy you count in 4 week batches from the day the tenancy started for a few 4 week batches into the future . Your first notice is at least 2 months long and expires the day before one of those 4 week periods.The day after the tenancy ended you count a new batch of 4 week periods for some time into the future. The 2nd notice will be at least 2 months long and expire the day before one of those period.
By the time you do that I am quite sure your future stance will be to serve them during the fixed term to avoid this problem
Dave A

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