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Section 21 – What you need to know

Section 21 – What you need to know
  1. New Timeframes For Serving A Section 21 Notice
    You will not be able to validly serve a section 21 notice within the first four months of a tenancy and a section 21 notice will be invalid if proceedings are not issued within 6 months of service.
  2. Section 21 Is No Longer Just Procedural
    The acts or omissions of a landlord or their agent can prevent a section 21 notice from being validly served.
  3. The Key To Compliance Is Process
    With a check list of information to be provided to a tenant and a clear time limited repairs process set out you should get set now to avoid business risk in the future.

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