Information about different types of notices you may receive from a private landlord to end your tenancy in Cheshire.
Your Cheshire landlord can give you written notice, and this notice also applies even if you don't have a written tenancy agreement.
The number of notices you will receive will depend on:
Type of occupancy in Cheshire
Eviction reasons from your landlord in Crewe, Ellesmere Port, or Chester
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Sometimes, the Cheshire landlord doesn't give the notice when the tenants are living with them.
This does not have to be in writing unless your agreement states so.
The Cheshire landlord should provide you with a reasonable time of notice to leave the property.
They won't need a court order to evict you because in Chester, Crewe, or Ellesmere Port, you are an excluded occupier.
The most common way for a private landlord to end a guaranteed short hold lease in Cheshire is a section 21 notice.
Assured shorthold tenancies are used by many private landlords in Cheshire.
A landlord doesn't have to provide the tenant with reasons for the Cheshire eviction if a section 21 is issued.
If a landlord has a legal reason then he uses a Section 8 notice to evict the assured shorthold tenant or assured tenant in Cheshire.
You normally get 2 weeks' notice if you violate the terms of your tenancy agreement or you're in rent arrears in Chester, Crewe, or Ellesmere Port.
If the landlord needs the Cheshire property back for a reason that's not your responsibility, you'll receive 2 months' notice, for example, if the former occupant has died and you inherited the occupancy.
Your landlord can give you notice to leave to terminate your occupancy if you are a tenant with basic protection in Cheshire.
This can be:
Some property guardians
Students in halls of residence in Cheshire
Tenant lives in a house with a landlord in Cheshire but doesn't share accommodation
If an agreement is done on a periodic base, this can be done.
Notice to quit in Cheshire must have:
A minimum of four weeks' notice
Should end on the first or last day of rental period
To provide the tenant with specific legal information such as where advice can be found in Cheshire
A protected or regulated tenancy in Cheshire can be terminated with this kind of notice.
If you have received this notice before from your landlord, they don't normally need to serve you a new one in Cheshire.
If you are a tenant who is controlled or covered in Cheshire, you have certain privileges.
In many circumstances you can only be ejected if both:
Your landlord present legal grounds to move you out in Cheshire
The court in Cheshire agrees that it is within reason to do so
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