There are 17 different grounds that a landlord can use to try to have a tenant evicted.
Landlords can combine a Notice to Quit and a Section 33 notice so that it comes as one notice.
This is ok as long as it: Some landlords give tenants the Section 33 notice at the beginning of the tenancy. If a landlord wants to evict a tenant via going to court then they must inform the council, in writing, that they're planning on taking this course of action, this is called a section 11 notice.
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Notice is the period of time that a landlord or tenant/s have to give in order to end a tenancy.
The length of notice to be given depends on how long the tenancy is for.
For instance, if you have an assured tenancy then the length of notice required is as follows: Notice to Quit is the document that a landlord has to give tenants when informing them that the tenancy is coming to an end.
A Notice to Quit has to contain certain ‘prescribed information’, if it does not include this it will be invalid.
If a landlord wants to end a tenancy before the term ends, in addition to a Notice to Quit, a landlord must also send tenants a Notice of Proceedings (called an AT6 form).