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I have given my residential tenant 6 months notice from 9th

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I have given my residential tenant 6 months notice from 9th April 2021.After the 21st of June when restrictions may be lifted can I revert to giving them 1 months notice
JA: What steps have you taken so far? Have you prepared or filed any paperwork?
Customer: I have served notice via the estate agent handling the rental
JA: Where is the property located?
Customer: Cheswick green in Solihull West Midlands
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Customer: i gave her an incentive of £2000 if she could move before end of June but she hasn’t taken up my offer yet.I will soon be in a situation of having to move out of where I am living with my partner as we have split up,he is letting me stay on at the moment.

Hi, I’m Lea and I will be assisting you with your query today.

I am very sorry to hear about your dilemma, but will do my best to provide you with advice and guidance on what to do next. If the government decides not to extend the end of May deadline for six months notice (no one knows yet), then you are entitled to revert to the normal procedures if they come back into force, or you will need to abide by whatever other procedures the government put in place. It may be possible that it will go down to three months, remain at six months, or it may go back to the normal status...whichever is in force will be what you are entitled to use, even if you have already served an earlier six months notice, you will be able to serve a new one if you wish.

However, the notice period for a landlord in normal times is two months, not one.

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