Terminating Residential Tenancies
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.
Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, it may take longer than usual to evict tenants.
During the current pandemic the courts have introduced temporary arrangements to assist the courts with possession proceedings during these unprecedented times. There are currently steps which need to be considered prior to issuing Section 8 and Section 21 Notices. See our Guidance Notes: Obtaining Possession of Residential Property using the Accelerated Procedure and Guidance Notes: Possession Procedure for Rent Arrears (Section 8 of the Housing Act 1988)
Here at Simply-Docs we have a great range of documents including eviction notice templates, that will help to make the process easier.
This Terminating Residential Tenancies subfolder contains Letters and Notices for the Landlord to use to terminate assured tenancies, assured shorthold tenancies and common law tenancies.
- Guidance on Section 8 and Section 21 Notices
- Section 21 Notice Seeking Possession (Form 6A) (England)
- Section 21 Covering Letter for a Tenancy in England
- Section 21 Notice Seeking Possession (Wales)
- Letter Enclosing a Section 8 Notice
- Section 8 Notice Seeking Possession (England)
- Section 8 Notice Seeking Possession (Wales)
- Letter regarding Termination Arrangements
- Eviction Notice Under Section 33D(3) Immigration Act 2014
- Landlord's Notice to Quit (for Common Law Tenancy)
- Landlord’s Letter Exercising a Break Option
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