Withdrawal of a Section 25 notice issued by a previous landlord
Statutory form to be used by a new landlord withdrawing a section 25 notice by a previous landlord.
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About this document
A Section 25 notice may only be revoked or withdrawn where there has been a change of landlord. That is, where the old landlord wanted to oppose the renewal of the tenancy and the new landlord wants to confirm the renewal of the tenancy.
Use this s25 notice whenever a new landlord does not oppose the renewal of a tenancy, where the previous landlord did refuse it and served the Section 25 notice to state his requirements.
Paragraph 6 of Schedule 6 to Section 44 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 requires that the new landlord must revoke the Section 25 notice no later than two months from the date the notice was given.
Application and features
- Any landlord;
- Who has taken over his position of landlord from a previous landlord;
- Who is not opposed;
- To the renewal of the relevant tenancy.
- Form compliant with paragraph 6 of Schedule 6 to Section 44 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954;
- Details of the tenant and landlord;
- Address and description of the property;
- Important notes for the tenant; including;
- Validity of the notice.
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