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Thanks for your message, I appreciate it is important to you. If your tenant is breaching the contract as explained above, you will need to follow the terms stipulated in the contractual agreement for the breach of the tenancy. A breach of the tenancy can result in different penalties depending on what these are within the tenancy agreement but ultimately an eviction for the tenant.
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Hello. Yes you are correct, you must serve notice of 4 months, or you may come to a mutual agreement with the tenant. The letter you have written is fine.