Check out the new websites that we will be moving to soon - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
Check out the new websites that we will be moving to soon - [England](https://england.landlordsguild.com) or [Wales](https://wales.landlordsguild.com)
powered by bulletin

Question

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

Lodger or licence / tenants ?

5 Apr 2022 | 1 comment

Situation is that the LL lives on ground floor and first floor  and the occupiers live on the 2nd floor and have their own kitchen and bathroom. Nothing is shared and LL pays all bills and occupiers pay rent and it’s an oral agreement. They have been there 10 years, are these tenants!”? Or some form of excluded occupiers? And what type of notice need to be served

Answer

1 Comment

  1. guildy

    They are tenants and the tenancy will be a contractual tenancy (common law tenancy). This needs a notice to quit of at least a rental period (minimum 4 weeks) and expiring day before rent is due.

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)