Terminating Residential Tenancies - S21 Housing Act 1988
Terminating a residential tenancy is not straightforward. A landlord can only evict a residential tenant if he has obtained a court order for possession. A court will not grant an order for possession unless it is satisfied that the landlord has followed the correct procedures and served the proper notices on the tenant.
These templates are suitable for use in England only. New rules for terminating occupation contracts in Wales under the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 are now in place. Please see the Renting Homes Wales documents for further information.
This s21 “No Fault” Termination Procedure folder contains letters and notices for the landlord to use with assured shorthold tenancies in England where the tenant has not breached the lease terms.
- Guidance on Section 21 Notices
- Section 21 Notice Seeking Possession (Form 6A) (England)
- Section 21 Covering Letter for a Tenancy in England
- Landlord’s Letter Exercising a Break Option
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