We have now moved to our new websites - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
We have now moved to our new websites - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
powered by bulletin

Question

Ending a Tenancy (England) | England | What to Do if Tenancy Is to Continue (England)

Contractual Periodic Tenancy commenced 09 April 2004

6 Apr 2021 | 0 comments

Good morning,

We have a property where the tenancy commenced 09 April 2004, at £675.00 per calendar month. There has never been a rent increase and no new tenancy has been created, therefore the tenancy is a contractual periodic tenancy. The landlord wishes to sell the property and will be serving six calendar months notice to quit. The security deposit is still held by the landlord’s agent and is not protected in a deposit protection scheme.

Answer

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

View your previously asked questions. (Will only show questions from August 2020)

(Link above back to topic only works for questions added after end of August 2020)