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We couldn’t get any help while flooding .from our landlord we had to call the city repeated to get any kind of help .and cause we cause him stress he filled an inviction notice to us saying we cause him and the nieghbor who’s he was responsible for looking after the property next to us .

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The section 21 notice may be illegal, but for entirely different reasons than you state. First, the landlord doesn’t NEED a reason to evict you using section 21, they may do it simply because they want to. 

First, the landlord doesn’t NEED a reason to evict you using section 21, they may do it simply because they want to. 

Second, you may not be causing disturbances in the building, but the landlord has determined it’s easier to evict you than fix all the problems while you’re still living in the property. 

Here is some reading material – http://www.thetenantsvoice.co.uk/advice_from_us/section-21-notice-to-quit/

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