- Section 21 Notices – Brief Overview
- The word “on”, “at” or “after” in a section 21(4)(a) notice
- Service of Section 21 before or beginning of a tenancy
- No calendar date required in section 21(4)(a) notice
- How long does Section 21 notice last?
- Covering Letter with Notice
- Unlicensed HMO and Service of a Section 21 Notice
- Does a section 21 notice need to be signed?
- New Prescribed Section 21 Form
- Tenancy Deposits and Serving a Section 21 Notice
When serving a notice in anticipation of possession proceedings (section 21, section 8 or notice to quit) you should never enclose a covering letter with the notice.
In Mundy v Hook (CC (Bromley)) County Court (Bromley)  C.L.Y. 3246, the landlord had served a section 21 notice and the notice (which was perfectly valid) was accompanied by a letter referring to the enclosed notice but also stating that it was very likely that the landlord would not wish for possession at the end of the period. The landlord stated that this notice protected his position.