Order Form - Section 8 and Section 21 Eviction Notices
Section 8 Eviction Notice

If your tenant has failed to pay you rent, damaged your property or breached your Tenancy Agreement in any other way, then you are entitled to terminate their tenancy irrespective of the fixed term stated within your agreement.

In order to ensure that you are able to repossess your property as swiftly as possible, however, you must ensure that you serve your tenant with a Section 8 Eviction Notice and that this document clearly states the precise breach that has taken place. Get your Section 8 Eviction Notice and comprehensive guide detailing how to complete it for just £9.99!

Section 21 Eviction Notice

Provided you have the right documentation and know how to utilise it, then terminating a tenancy when the fixed term has expired or is close to expiration is a straightforward process. Without this, however, the process of evicting a tenant can be both time consuming and expensive.

In order to ensure that you are able to regain possession of your property as quickly as possible, you must provide your tenant with a Section 21 Eviction Notice that is correctly written, provides your tenant with the minimum notice period required by law, and is addressed to the correct individual. Get your Section 21 Eviction Notice and comprehensive guide detailing how to complete it for just £9.99!

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