Section 21 Notices
Tenancy Types and Management

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17 years ago
Q1. Could both Sections 21(1)(B) and 21(4)(A) be combined onto a single generic possession notice with this dual-section heading, since thereafter the content of the notice is the same in both cases.
It could then be used for any of the situations covered by the usual two separate forms.

Q2. Shouldn't there be a statement at the bottom of the form reading:
'I/We acknowledge receipt of the original notice, of which this is a copy

Signed:______________________________________________________ Tenant

Q3. Since Landlords are often joint landlords, the form should ideally be amended to read 'I/We...' in every instance. Would you consider doing this for us, please?


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