What k8nd of notice have you received?
What kind8 of tenancy agreement do you have? When did it commence and when does it end?
Has your deposit been protected?
Can you scan across a copy of the contract and notice?
Unfortunately, he can evict you by providing you with the notice required under the tenancy.
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What I am saying is that legally, a landlord can evict you if the tenancy agreement provides for it.
If the landlord serves the correct notice and it is served correctly and provides 2 months notice, then he can evict you. However, this is not the end of it. He cannot just evict you, at the end of the notice period, if you do not leave of your own free will, the landlord will have to apply to court to obtain a possession order.
If the court grants a possession order, they can state that you must leave up to 28 days from the date of the order. This is still not the end of it. If you still do not leave, the landlord will have to instruct bailiffs to remove you.
I do not agree with what your landlord is doing, but legally he can take steps to evict you. The steps would be as outlined above.
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In future, if the same thing happens, you should contact the housing and environmental health department of your local council immediately and request that they visit the property and confirm that it is fit for habitation.
If it is not, they will take the necessary action.
I am unable to view the agreement in my phone and will check this for you tomorrow.
The notice must be in writing and in a specified form.