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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Can you please explain your situation a little more?
Does the tenancy agreement have a right to access in it for potential buyers?
The Housing Act does not imply such a clause. If you wanted access for this purpose then it should have been in the tenancy agreement.
If not, then you can't sue the tenant for breach of contract.
If it had been, you could have sued for breach of contract.
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want, nor the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No. The law says you must give 2 months notice.
It must also be in the prescribed format:
Does that clarify?
I can check this, but its not included with the price of the question. I already checked the tenancy agreement, which was also not included.
I can put an offer on to check the document for you.
When does the tenant pay rent? When is the fixed date?
Its not an annual contract, so dont worry about that.
If they pay 10th, then your S.21 notice is INVALID.
Its 2 months notice from the date they pay every month.
So you can serve notice on 25th October 2017, but it takes effect from the next billing period, so 10th November. They then have to be out by 10th January.
Your notice is wrong, so you need to reserve it.
If you serve notice, then its takes effect from 10th December. They then have to be out by 10th February.
It’s not valid. You haven’t put the correct dates on.
You need to give two months notice which takes effect from next billing period,
This notice is served 25/10, it can not, by law, take effect until 10/11 which is when they pay their rent.
Your notice is invalid.