Hi, thank you for your question. What is the term of the tenancy and please confirm it is an AST?
Thank you for confirming. Unfortunately, despite the non-payment of rent under the law you must still follow the formal procedure to evict the tenant. Firstly you will need to serve them with a valid Section 21 or Section 8 notice requiring possession that gives them 2 months clear notice to leave. If they do not leave by the time you will need to pursue an application to court to evict them. You can see the detailed guidance here: https://www.gov.uk/evicting-tenants/overview
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You can check here for specific forms: http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/documents
You should post one to them and attempt to give them in person. If you have their email address you should also send it by email to ensure they dont allege non receipt
Notice should give them 2 clear months to vacate - but to avoid getting the actual date wrong you should state:
“…the landlord requires possession after the date stated in this notice or at the end of the period of your tenancy which will end next after the expiration of 2 months from the service upon you of this notice”