thank you. On that basis, she would have assured short hold tenancy and has no security of tenure. however, if the original agreement has been lost, you will not be able to use the accelerated possession procedure but will need to use the standard possession process.
you can provide the tenant with notice using the following form:
You will need to ensure before you receive a form that you have protected any deposit within 30 days of receipt or if you didn't, that you return the deposit to her, that you have provided her with an energy performance certificate to the property and gas safety certificate all the notice may be invalid.
Under the coronavirus act, the present notice. That is required to be given a six months unless the tenant is more than six months in arrears. Following expiry of the six-month notice period, you can then after 10 that bring possession proceedings in the County Court. these notice periods presently are set to last until the end of March. If they are not extended, then the notice periods drop to their standard notice period of two clear months notice then no minimum further period before proceedings can be brought. If they are extended of course, then they may either remain the longer periods of notice as above or be varied in some way.
after the requisite. Notice, possession claim can be brought by completing the following form: