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What type of tenancy does he have?
Is he more than 8 weeks in arrears?
Ok - so why dont you just serve a S.8 notice?Yoy can do this if they are 8 weeks or more in arrears.
If they dont pay up by 14 days you can seek a Court order for possession.
You can ALSO serve a S.21 notice but that has to be in form 6A:
But S.8 is quicker for you.
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You can serve a S.8 and S.21
You cant stop paying the bills sadly.....
Does that clarify?
He could, in theory, sue you dor breach of contract.
Just as you are with him by serving S.21 or S.8 notice.
No, S.8 notice is any notice.S.21 must be form 6A
You can serve S.21 now as its a no fault ending but 2 months notice
S.8 you serve for breach and is 14 days to end tenancy
Yes you can serve both
Correct. The Court will list it after 1st October because of Covid-19.
S.21 new rules have not come in. You have to give 2 months notice.
Does that clarify
Sure. We cant send the notice for you or chase, we are online only.
But you can do it yourself
Ive sent you form 6a. Thats the notice for a S,21
S.8 there is no template. You can find one online.
Yes, you can save it and then put details in.
Sadly I cant draft things for you either.This is just a Q&A site.
Does that assist?
1. Yes assuming you have HMO licence
2. No date in place