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Ryan Linke

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Hello I’m being evicted under section 21 housing act 1988 and according to shelter lots of private landlords are using this on an increasingly level. I always pay my rent and have always looked after my property without engaging in antisocial behaviour however my flat has always had a damp condensation problem and after deciding to complain via my local authorities private housing team have out of the blue received 2 months notice to quit. Has anyone got advise or experienced this?

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sure they cant do this without a dam good reason ,see if you can get legal aid or ask advice from cab,what reason have they given you?

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Tthis has happened to me in the past. I was told the landlord can ask for his house back at any time as long as he gives the proper notice, he doesnt have to give a reason. I even paid to take it to county court & still had to leave. Maybe speak to the landlord & see if there is a resolve.

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