A Section 21 notice is a document that is served by the landlord to their tenant in order to legally give advance notice of a tenancy termination. It is NOT an eviction notice, it is simply a notice saying, “Hey, as soon as the tenancy comes to an end (e.g. the fixed end date has expired), I want you to vacate”
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- How do I qualify for the rent guarantor service?
- How much does the Rent Guarantor service cost?
- How long does the guarantor service last?
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