Thank you for the question. So firstly, if the lease expires then it will likely roll on automatically to a new lease. Additionally, the landlord cannot just tell you that you have two weeks to move out, if they wish to evict you. then they will require to service you with a section 21 notice and provide you with 2 months notice to vacate the premises. If there is a fixed date the lease comes to an end then you should be aware of this and it would be expressly stated in the lease. If there is no written lease, they must provide you with a section 21 to move out. You, of course have the right to. challenge this.
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