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Very sorry to say, but you are not correct with your view that the 2 month requirement is an unfair term under the consumer rights act.
The notice period is completely legal and fair under tenancy agreements.
Sorry to say, but if that is the notice period in your rental agreement then it is legal and enforceable. Sorry.
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A tenancy automatically become ps a periodic tenancy unless stated otherwise.
The two months notice is required to confirm the rental would end at the end of the fixed period. If it then becomes periodic then two months notice required to end tenancy
Yes, this can apply and make a clause in a contract void, unless it was negotiated between the parties.
If it is in the agreement and that has been signed then it can be implied that it has been negotiated and agreed.
Ultimately it is a case of either give the notice as per the contract, or do not and see if the landlord sues. Then it is down to which way a judge will decide.