England Landlord Guidance

Applying to Court for Possession — Accelerated Procedure

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Section 21 in name of previous owner

We have a property where the previous agent served a S21 on a tenant but the property was then sold on but the agent didn't officially (in writing) inform the tenant of the new owners name and ...

Filing a Section 21 at the court

Hi, When taking the Section 21 documents for an accelerated possession application to the court, should a cover letter be included in the package and if so, what should it say? also who should ...

Notice of effect of Coronavirus

Is there any guidance on the form of the notice setting out the effect of the Coronavirus Pandemic on your tenant and/or their dependents (to comply with Practice direction 55c, 6.1 & 6.2)

Proceedure following section nitice expiry

hi Adrian I served a section 8 notice on one of my HMO tenants who was over 2 months behind with his rent on 6-6-17 using your wizard. the notice is now expired and I need to move to take ...

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