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I am a solicitor.
What do you wish to ask please?
You do not need to move out at the end of the notice period given to you.
You can only be legally evicted by a court order.
May I help further?
Your landlord would need to apply to the court for a possession order and then enforce it, you do not need to move out until then. You simply stay on and pay the rent until then. You may check this with the housing department of your local authority.
The court process can take several weeks/months.
No, it would not be illegal.
You may ask the landlord for details of whom to pay the rent to, or stop paying rent until he gives you these details.
All the best
Yes, after 1st June 2021, notices should have been 4 months. Like I said, you should ignore the notice as it is flawed and you cannot be evicted without a court order anyway.
The notice is not enough in itself.