I served a S.21 notice on my tenant on 03/04/2017 with the stated last day being 08/06/2017. He has rent arrears and has made no attempt to pay his top-ups since the start of his tenancy despite agreed dates and amounts with him. His mother (who is guarantor) has asked that if she pays his arrears off in full and the tenant now pays his 4-weekly top-ups, will I cancel the S.21. Apart from financial, we have experienced no other problem with the tenant. Is it possible to keep the S.21 live and agree that provided by 08/06/2017 the tenant has no rent arrears and has kept up his top-ups, he can stay, however if at that date he has missed any payments he still has to leave? I have read somewhere that a S.21 is valid for six months but I wasn’t sure if by stating that last date of 08/06/17 it automatically expires on that date.
Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England)
S.21 notice and tenants
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