Dating S21
Possession - Section 8 and Section 21

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
13 years ago
The helpdesk does not work out dates on weekly, fortnightly or 4 weekly tenancies. That is because we prefer people to attend our training courses and follow our advice to iosse the notice during the fixed term and avoid error.
The second reason we will not work it out for you is the possibility of error and then people coming back to sue us for bad advice.
We have to work the date out correctly on our service where you pay £49.50 for us to do the entire paperwoork and do then accept liability if we make a mistake.
We can however tell you how to work it out.
Your first notice has to be at least 2 calendar months long and expire on a Friday.
If the day after your agreement expires is not a Saturday then you will need a 2nd notice. It will be at least 2 months long and expire the same day of the week as is the day of the week your tenancy ended.
Easier I think to issue these during the fixed term
Dave A

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