A variety of notices for residential tenants including legally compliant section 8 and section 21 eviction notices and notice to increase rent.
What are residential notices?
Residential notices consiste of a variety of notices used by landlords to serve on residential tenants. This variety of notices for residential tenants includes legally compliant section 8 and section 21 eviction notices and a notice to increase rent.
What do residential notices cover?
Residential notcies can cover a section 8 notice to evict, a section 21 notice to evict, or a notice to increase the rent. All subscribe to the correct format and contain the necessary content to legally compliant. These notices cover evicting a tenant from a fixed or period term tenancy, evicting a tenant whilst still within the term of their tenancy agreement, evicting a tenant whos tenancy agreement has expired, and to increase a tenants current rent.
When should I use residential notices?
You should different residential notices for differnece purposes. You should use a section 8 notice to terminate a tenancy before a fixed term has expired. You should use a section 21 notice to end a fixed or periodic term tenancy after agreement the term has expired. You should use a notice of rent increase to inform a tenant in an increase in rent payments.
Do I need a residential notices?
You are legally required to use the correct residential notice to evict a tenant. If you do not use the correct notice, or draft one incorrectly, you will be unable to evict your tenant and may be liable for cost consequences in court.
The residential notices are for residential, non-commercial, tenants only. Other notices should be used for commercial tenants.
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