A set of more esoteric commercial landlord notices for situations not covered by Section 25 or Section 40 notices. These notices come with example text and guidance on how to complete.
Other commercial landlord notices
Statutory form Section 26 notice (s26) and explanatory notes to be used by a tenant requesting renewal of his business tenancy.
Statutory form with explanatory notes for a notice of tenant\'s claim under section 28 (1) (b) (ii) of the Leasehold Reform Act 1967. The tenant can use this notice when the landlord serves a copy of a certificate given either under s28 of the Act, certifying that the house and premises will in ten years or less be required for relevant development, or under section 57 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, certifying that it is requisite that the use or occupation of the whole or a part of the house and premises should be changed.
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