Section 8 Registered Post
Tenancy Types and Management

Up4Rental
Up4Rental
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17 years ago
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the courts accept notice as having been served if you send by normal first class post and get proof of posting. If you send via registered or recorded, the tenant that is clued up and expecting a letter from you will not collect it, if you end up in court and they state they never received it then you have to go back to the start, so I would send another by normal post and or hand deliver and get a witness to come with you.

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