A set of more esoteric residential landlord notices for situations not covered by Section 21 or Section 8 notices. These notices come with example text and guidance on how to complete.
Other residential landlord notices
Schedule 2A notice: landlord proposes an assured shorthold tenancy for an assured agricultural occupancy
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.
Statutory form with explanatory notes for schedule 2A Housing Act 1988 notice. Tenant can serve this notice on landlord with reference to an assured tenancy be replaced by an assured shorthold tenancy.
Statutory form with explanatory notes for a section 6(2) Housing Act 1988 notice. This notice is suitable for both landlord and tenant for the purpose of proposing different provisions for a statutory periodic tenancy.
Statutory form with explanatory notes for a section 13(2) Housing Act 1988 notice. This notice deals with proposing a new rent or licence fee under an assured agricultural occupancy of premises by landlords' or licensors'.
Statutory form with explanatory notes for serving notice under Section 48 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987.
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