new tenancy agreement
Tenancy Types and Management

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16 years ago
The tenants have been in the property for 2 years and I have not served a section 21 notice to bring their current tenancy to an end.

How do I now proceed when giving them a new tenancy agreement with slightly different terms (ie 3% increase in rent)? Do I have to worry about issuing a section 21 to bring their existing agreement to an end.

In a reply to a previous query you said that "a new tenancy cancels previous notices"
I would be grateful for clarification as the intention is to sign a new agreement this week with the same tenants

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