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Does it say anything about continual breaches?
No it doesn't
The agreement is clear it seems to be - if the rent has been unpaid for 14 days you can terminate it.
Therefore even if they pay it after 14 days they have still breached the agreement
So yes you can serve notice to quit on that basis
If this was dwelling if they were always late you could serve notice to quit
Therefore on the basis it was 14 days unpaid then that is enough to issue a notice
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Is it best to get a solicitor to do it for me or can I simply write a letter reffering to the tenancy? Are there specific processes I must go through?
Yes I would get a Solicitor to write to them as it seems more official.
Once you give notice to quit and they refuse you can issue proceedings for possession
But you should note that assuming you have a forfeiture clause as soon as they are late you could change the locks that day
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