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New Notices for Landlords
As from 6th April 2015, landlords wishing to serve a notice under section 8 of the Housing Act 1988 are required to use the prescribed form set down by new legislation. Section 8 sets out various grounds on which a landlord can require their tenants to leave a property, such as the tenant being a nuisance to neighbours, damage to the property and arrears of rent.
The requirement of using the prescribed notice means that if a landlord does not use it, the tenant will have a defence to any possession proceedings that are brought based on this notice. Ultimately it may mean that a claim for possession of the property will fail if the prescribed notice is not used.
Clearly it is essential that landlords use the correct notice if they wish to bring a possession claim based on section 8.
If you are a landlord who needs help in this area please contact us on 023 9282 1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice.
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