Information about different types of notices you may receive from a private landlord to end your tenancy in South Shields.
Your South Shields landlord can give you written notice, and this notice also applies even if you don't have a written tenancy agreement.
The eviction notice you receive is based on:
The tenancy type in South Shields
Eviction reasons from your landlord in Whitburn, Cleadon, or Jarrow
Lodgers In South Shields In Tyne and Wear
People living with the landlord in South Shields in the same apartment can also be evicted.
Unless your agreement outlines it, notice will not have to be given in writing.
Your landlord in Tyne and Wear should notify you about eviction with reasonable notification.
The landlord does not require an order from court to remove you since you're an excluded occupier in Whitburn, Jarrow, or Cleadon.
The most common process of ending an assured short tenancy in South Shields by private landlords is through serving a Section 21 Notice.
Assured Shorthold Tenancies are most common for private renters in South Shields.
A Section 21 eviction notice doesn't necessarily need to be accompanied with a reason for the eviction step in Tyne and Wear.
If a landlord has a legal reason then he uses a Section 8 notice to evict the assured shorthold tenant or assured tenant in South Shields.
You would usually be given 2 weeks' notice if you are in rent arrears or break any rules set out within the tenancy agreement in Cleadon, Whitburn, or Jarrow.
If the landlord requires the property in South Shields for reasons that are unrelated to you, for instance, if the former tenant is dead and the tenancy was passed on to you, then you will receive a notice of 2 months.
If the tenant is an occupier with basic protection in South Shields, the landowner can hand you the notification to vacate.
More guardians start living with a tenant
Students in residential halls in South Shields
If you stay, with your landlord in Tyne and Wear, in the same house but don't share facilities for living
If you are a tenant with a rolling or periodic tenancy, a landlord can do this.
Quitting notice in South Shields should have:
At least four weeks' time
End tenancy either on day one or final day of a rental period
To provide the tenant with specific legal information such as where advice can be found in South Shields
The landlord can end a regulated or protected tenancy in South Shields with this type of notice.
The landlord won't have to give a new notice if they've already given this notice to you in the past in South Shields.
Remember that as a protected or regulated tenant in Tyne and Wear, you have some rights.
You can only be forced out of a property if both:
The land lord in South Shields has a legal reason to move you
The court in Tyne and Wear decides that you must be evicted
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