Section 25 notice

To oppose a new tenancy
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Statutory forms and explanatory notes for issuing notice that the landlord opposes granting a new business lease.
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This is a pack of the forms you will need if you are a landlord opposing the renewal of a commercial property lease.

It contains all forms for all the possibilities – although only one or two may be required in your circumstances.

All comply with the LTA 1954 (Part 2) and the Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2003.

A landlord who opposes a lease renewal must serve the correct notice between 6 and 12 months before the present tenancy should end (which will be after the expiry date of the existing lease). For more information, read our guide on serving s25 notices.

This type of notice cannot be served on the tenant if he or she has pre-empted this action by serving a Section 26 notice first.

If you do not oppose the grant of a new lease, an alternative form should be used.

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  • All the documents required in a single pack – especially useful if you let more than one property
  • Suitable for any type of business tenancy
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Recent reviews

12 April 2021
I think all information is clear if it is the right notice as I understand.

I meant to give my tenant, an Estate Agent notice not to renew the tenancy upon the expiry of the current tenancy agreement.

All I needed to do was filling the details of both parties then dated and signed.
Shuhong Jiang
05 August 2019
The document template was well written with clear guidance on how to fill in. The price was reasonable and access was easy.
James Hawley
10 December 2018
Do issues with the form - help received. Happy to award the maximum award. No ideas for any improvement. With my thanks
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