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Member said: Posted on: 08/05/2007 00:00

I have an HMO my license states that Room 4 may have 2 occupants , Room 3 is not allowed to have any and that I must provide an extra kitchen as only 3 separate families may use a kitchen. In my case this is 3 single people. At the moment 5 people share a large kitchen.

I am therefore joining Room 4 and Room 3 together to get a bedroom with bathroom and kitchen facilities.

My tenants have different dates of their agreements : 1 on the 11 of month and the other on the 28th of the month. Can I issue a section 21 giving and end date that is the 28th for both even if this will mean that for one it does not expire on a rent day. their original agreement has expired. this would give one 2 months notice and the other 6 weeks.

These are both good tenants one has been their for over 3 years and I really would like to keep things as they are. I will loose money in rental income for the future and the cost of the changes.

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