We issued a S.21 notice on 3rd April 2017 to a tenant who was not paying rent top-ups. His parents then started paying top-ups and I agreed with the tenant that provided his top-ups continued to be paid we would effectively let the S.21 expire. His parents are now refusing to pay his top-ups and in addition to this, the tenant is generally mis-behaving! Do I need to issue a new S.21 notice as we are so close to expiry, or if I prepare court papers today is there time to get it through on the existing S.21? I am concerned that if he files a defence or it goes to bailiffs there could be a problem with no time on the S.21
Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England) | Preventing Controlling and Recovering Rent Arrears (England)
Too late for court proceedings for possession?
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