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Could you please explain your statuation a little more?
What type of tenancy do you have please?
Can you ask them for a copy of any tenancy agreement, as this is quite important to the type of tenancy you have?
How are we getting on with this?
It's bad news I am afraid. If This is an assured shorthold tenancy the landlord is entitled and permitted to give you notice. The landlord only need to give you two months notice.
This is because as an assured shorthold tenant you only have a right to stay until the end of the fixed term. This usually expires after 6 or 12 months.
After this the landlord can ask for possession and as long as the landlord has given notice the court will give possession.
Sadly this means you have no right to remain, all you can do is delay the process.
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Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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