Schedule 2A notice

Landlord proposes an assured shorthold tenancy for an assured agricultural occupancy
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Statutory form with explanatory notes for a schedule 2A Housing Act 1988 notice. Landlord can serve this notice on tenant with reference to proposing an assured shorthold tenancy where the tenancy fulfils the requirements for an assured agricultural occupancy.
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This notice complies with Schedule 2A, paragraph 9, Housing Act 1988 as inserted by the Schedule 7 to the Housing Act 1996.

This notice is used by landlord or his agent if the agricultural worker condition in Schedule 3 to the Housing Act 1988 is met with respect to the property to which the proposed assured tenancy relates, and the landlord wishes that tenancy to be an assured shorthold tenancy; he must serve this notice on the tenant before the tenancy is entered into.

There is a similar, but alternative document if it is the tenant proposing an AST.

If both sides agree to the change of type of tenancy, then an AST agreement for the now residential property will need to be put in place.


  • Details of the landlord and tenant
  • Address and description of the property
  • Permitted use of premises
  • Important notes for tenant
  • Other legal provisions
  • Validity of the notice
  • Explanatory notes
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