Asking tenants to give 2 months notice to end tenancy

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Many believe that you can only ask for 1 months notice, but many landlords who prepare their own contracts have realised the benefit of requiring two months notice.... and it works. This satifies the argument that if we (landlords) have to give 2 months notice (S21's) then the tenant should give us 2 months notice as well. This gives landlords extra time to find replacement tenants. Any problems and you just refer to the terms of the contract that they signed. If they don't like it they have the right to take it to court for a judgement of whether it is an unfair term or not...good luck to them.
20/12/2006 00:00

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