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Section 21 notice served, can we still serve one months notice?

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we we were recently served a section 21 notice to leave our rental property due to us falling out with the landlord ( they kept coming into our home unannounced and without our permission) the agent sent the landlord a letter to say this is unacceptable and they have now served us noticed in their temper. Since then, we have found a property we like, are we able to still serve one months notice to leave the property in line wit our tenancy agreement in line with our rent due date? 

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Hi Bethany

I’m not a lawyer but I would have thought you could still serve notice yes. Are you sure you only have to give one month? Most tenancies require two from both landlord and tenant. However, I would take a look at your tenancy and make sure there are no limitations on exactly when you can serve your notice – usually, the tenant can only serve notice via a break clause or at the end of the tenancy agreement.


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