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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
I assume the tenant has an Assured Shorthold Tenancy? If so when did it start and how long was it for please?
Yes 6/9/2013 a six month which has rolled over
Ok. In that case you just need to serve a Section 21 notice which you ask the tenant to leave.
I would also serve a Section 8 notice for the breach of tenancy.
These must be served and then this gives the tenant 2 months notice that you want the property back.
The 2 months takes effect from the next billing date.
If the tenant then refuses to leave you can issue possession proceedings
You need to complete form N5b
The Court will list the matter and decide whether to give possession
As long as the notice has been served correct the Court will
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thank you, ***** ***** more thing, why I have hesitated is the reason. Do I just say I want the property back? Previously in other cases I have gone into some detail.
You just need to serve notice saying you require possession.
The initial tenancy agreement only gives a fixed period.
You could have it back for no reason at all
Can I clarify anything else for you?