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Ending a Tenancy (England) | England | Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England)

Compnay let in fixed term

4 Mar 2021 | 1 comment

Company let with 6 months to go and no arrears, company has tenants in property, owner needs property back, can this be possible to serve an NTQ in fixed term?

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  1. guildy

    Should be no harm serving the notice to quit but it would need to expire on the last day of the term and no sooner.

    If there’s no continuation clause in the tenancy with the company, it will end on the last day of the term anyway (without need for notice to quit).

    Once the company tenancy ends, the occupiers will become the tenants of the landlord (assuming they are assured shorthold tenants) and then normal rules apply (6 months notice plus court order if needed).

    If the landlord communicates early with the company, they will hopefully get the tenants out (still plenty of time) and hand back the property at the end of the term.

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