Possession

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If you require possession of a property which you have let on an assured shorthold tenancy, and the tenancy has become statutory periodic, you may receive notice from the tenant to say he is going to leave, particularly if he has wind if the fact that you will need possession. If you require possession, a landlord must never hold off issuing his own notice, even if the tenant says he is going to leave. You could end up with the situation where the tenant refuses to leave, in which case you cannot rely on the tenantís notice. Obviously, you can only request possession during a fixed term either by mutual agreement with the tenant, or if there is a break clause.


22/02/2008 00:00

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