Use one of these notices to provide the information, that by law, you have to give to a business tenant when you want either to gain possession of your property or to start a new tenancy. We provide a full selection - including some more esoteric ones.
Business property notices
Statutory form and explanatory notes for a section 40 notice by a landlord requesting information so he can decide whether or not to renew the business tenancy.
Statutory form and explanatory notes for a section 40 notice by a tenant requesting information so he can decide whether or not to renew the business tenancy.
Statutory form for a section 25 notice by a landlord wanting to renew a business tenancy.
Statutory form to be used by a new landlord withdrawing a section 25 notice by a previous landlord.
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I didn't use the document as it wasn't right for my purpose after sending an email to yourselves and taking the advice that you gave.
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.