CORRECT SECTION 21 B DATES FOR FIXES TERM TENANCY

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Hi guys, I just need "confirmation please your comments" that my Section 21b dates and statement are correct. The 6 month tenancy commenced Aug 4th 2014. (As below)
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HOUSING ACT 1988, Section 21 (1)(b)as amended by the HOUSING ACT 1996
Assured Shorthold Tenancy: Fixed Term

NOTICE REQUIRING POSSESSION
To: Mr X and Miss X of....
CARDIFF, SOUTH GLAMORGAN, Wales, United Kingdom

From: My company X

ADDRESS OF DWELLING
I give you notice that I require possession of the dwelling house known as ...............................

After - February 5th 2015
DATE OF EXPIRY
February 5th 2015.

Signed: ______________________ Dated: 15th November 2014

NOTES
1. On or after coming to an end of a fixed term assured shorthold tenancy, a court must make an order for possession if the landlord has given a notice in writing.
2. Where there are joint landlords, at least one of them must give this notice.
3. The length of the notice must be at least two months, and the notice must be given before or on the day on which the fixed term comes to an end.
INFORMATION FOR TENANTS
If the tenant or licensee does not leave the dwelling, the landlord or licensor must get an order for possession from the court before the tenant or licensee can lawfully be evicted. The landlord or licensor cannot apply for such an order before the notice to quit or notice to determine has run out.
A tenant or licensee who does not know if he/she has any right to remain in possession after a notice to quit or a notice to determine runs out can obtain advice from a solicitor. Help with all or part of the cost of legal advice and assistance may be available under the Legal Aid Scheme. He/she should also be able to obtain information from a Citizen's Advice Bureau, a Housing Aid Centre or a rent officer.



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THANK YOU, KEVIN

02/12/2014 19:10

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