i dont understand whayt you mean I have explained my situation and I have asked you how best to proceed I am asking for your expert legal advice
You did not actually ask a specific questionso I will answer generally.
You are either going to need to prepareanother section 21 notice (and keep a copy) with the same dates on or, if youdon't have the dates, or the tenant will not give you a copy or let you copyit, do another notice with new dates on dated now. At this stage, you do nothave an eviction notice you have a section 21 notice, which is a notice tellingthe tenant to get out. The process is that you give the tenant a section 21notice. If he then doesn't leave, you apply to court for possession and if hestill doesn't leave you then apply to court for eviction.
Some councils will rehome somebody on apossession order and some require the eviction order. Be very careful withsection 21 notice, dates and expiry periods. Everything you need to know aboutsection 21 notice season is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0QuKc1qHB0
Don't worry about not being a registeredlandlord.
Don't worry about not renewing the tenancyagreement, the original tenancy agreement is fine because it has just beenrolling over and has now become periodic.
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