Section 6 notice proposing new terms statutory periodic tenancy

Notice Proposing Different Terms for a Statutory Periodic Tenancy – England

Under section 6 Housing Act 1988 a landlord or tenant may propose changes to the terms of a statutory periodic tenancy (after the fixed term has expired) as long as it is done within the first anniversary of the end of the fixed term

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Product Code: F020

THIS FORM IS ONLY SUITABLE FOR ENGLAND!

Under section 6 Housing Act 1988 a landlord or tenant may propose changes to the terms of a statutory periodic tenancy (after the fixed term has expired) as long as it is done within the first anniversary of the end of the fixed term. Such a proposal may also propose a change in the rent. This notice is the prescribed form required by section 6.

This notice is exceptionally rarely used so please only use after consultation with us. Normally any changes are better to be negotiated and a tenancy agreement drawn up reflecting any changes. Further, if you are using our tenancy this notice is unsuitable because our tenancies do not go “statutory periodic”.

If you are just proposing a new rent only, this form is not suitable and a section 13 rent increase notice must be used instead.

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05/15 – Changed to comply with legislative changes taking effect from 6 April 2015.

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