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What is a Section 25 Notice? A section 25 notice is named after the section in the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 (the 'LTA') that sets out the information (in a notice) that a landlord needs to give the tenant in order to end a business tenancy.
landlords to tenants - Section 48(1) notice. A landlord must ensure that a tenant is given, before or at the time a residential tenancy agreement is. entered into, a written notice setting out-
Why am I on a Section 48? You are a prisoner waiting to be sentenced. On the advice of two doctors, the Secretary of State decided that you need to be in hospital for treatment of a serious mental health problem. A section 48 is also known as a \u201ctransfer direction\u201d.
What is a Section 13 notice? A Section 13 notice is a formal notice, filled out by the landlord, informing tenants of a rent increase. Section 13 of the Housing Act 1988 allows landlords to increase rent prices for periodic assured or assured shorthold tenancies.
The notice is required to state that the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (LTA 1987) applied to the disposal and that the tenants may have the right: '(i) to obtain information about the disposal, and. (ii) to acquire the landlord's interest in the whole or part of the premises in which the tenant's flat is situated'
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You are paying rent to the landlord for exclusive use as the property as your home and as such you have the right to decide who enters it and when. If a landlord enters your home without permission they are, technically, trespassing, unless they have a court order to allow them otherwise.
Notice served by a tenant where they intend to leave with 3 months' notice after the lease expiry date. Section 28. The landlord and tenant both agree to a lease renewal and terms are agreed in writing.
Section 48 Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 provides that a landlord must \u201cby notice\u201d give the tenant an address in England or Wales where the tenant can serve notices upon the landlord. The penalty for failure is that no rent is payable until it is complied with.

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