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  • donna
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    Ask a property management co. they would know what the terms are for Landlords and tenants.

    The Govt site says giving notice after Aug 2020 = 6 months.

    cheers,

    Donna


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  • m3ntis
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    Selling flat: tenant & landlord rights and process

    Hello,
    ive a flat I’m putting up for sale in London and am getting mixed information on both tenant and landlord rights given covid.

    it’s a tenancy that is open ended with no fixed end date and on one months notice from the tenant. It’s been like that for over 3yrs - I believe this would be called a periodic/ rolling tenancy?

    I understand under section 21 and covid 2020 that I need to issue a form with 6 months notice - is this correct?

    ive also heard that covid 2020 6 month notice only applies until March 31st 2021(?)

    does this mean it reverts back to the original 8 wks ‘no fault’ notice period instead(?)

    The form I should use regardless is form ‘6A’?
    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/assured-...rms#form-6a%20

    given covid - what are my rights as landlord to enable viewings - I believe the tenant can refuse all and any viewings?

    thanks for your direction,
    M
    Last edited by m3ntis; 09-04-2021, 09:30 AM.
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