We will create and issue your section 21 notice in accordance with the Housing Act 2004 to your tenant.
The Section 21 notice is a "Non-Fault" eviction notice and should be used where the landlord wants possession of the property but the tenant has not done anything wrong. This is generally if the landlord is selling the property or wants to move in to the property.
The process for accelerated possession under Section 21 of the Housing Act 2004 means that the landlord does not have to argue his case. Most landlords and agents take this route when they want to evict a tenant they are having problems with because it is easier and they don’t have to prove anything.
This notice can be used in many circumstances and we always recommend getting legal advice which we don't provide. However issuing this notice lets your tenants know that action needs to be taken.
In cases where the Local Authority may get involved it is essential that this notice is compliant with the Housing Act 2004 because they have a legal duty under the Homeless Reduction Act 2017 to work with the landlord and tenant to prevent Homelessness.
This notice can be used where a Section 8 notice is more complicated and it is essential that the relevant prescribed information is issued to the tenant.