Ground 1 or Ground 2 notices when selling rental property

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I am in the process of selling a property that is currently let to 5 student sharers under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement. The tenants are remaining in the property as it is being sold while their tenancy agreement is current and the purchaser is continuing as the new landlord. The purchaser's Lender is asking why no Ground 1 or Ground 2 notices were served on the Tenants. I don't know what these are! Can you help? The tenants have jointly signed the Assured Tenancy Agreement but I haven't served them with any other notices.

05/11/2018 18:25

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