Hi, thank you for your question. The only way to challenge a Section 21 notice is if it is incorrect or invalid.
In relation to the harassment, if this continues you could consider obtaining an injunction against the landlord, which will be a further court application.
You should be aware that even when the possession order is granted, you do not legally have to move out and it will be for the landlord to apply to court for a Notice of Eviction which gives you a specific time and date that you must move out by, and if you don't move out by the date stated in the Notice of Eviction then a bailiff can remove you.
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I am afraid that the harassment cannot be used to change the notice period under the Section 21, however, if an undertaking was given by the landlord, which is being breached then you will have grounds to apply to court for breach of the injunction.
The incorrect address will also not invalidate the claim.
You can apply for it to be heard at the possession hearing and the court will consider the application then.
Yes, but you need to check the terms of the undertaking to see if landlord has breached it