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Was it as a result of a Court order?
What type of tenancy do you have?
Can you remember the date?
Thanks. Its bad news then I am afraid - you would have what is called an assured shorthold tenancy.
This means it can be ended by giving at least 2 months notice.
No, the Landlord can not come onto the property without permission unless there is a good reason - such as to deliver the letter or to carry out periodic inspections.
But sadly the Landlord has a right to ask for possession with notice, given the type of tenancy you have.
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I have outlined the type of tenancy you have and that it can be terminated with 2 months notice.What else do you want to know?