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Serving a Section 21 Notice

From: Vince
Date: 13 Jan 2003
Time: 15:45:25
Remote Name: 131.116.254.199

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I have a tenant who is now over 2 months in arrears with rent payments. The tenant has already been served with a notice to quit but understand the Section 21 notice is the legal pro forma to proceed to getting a court order for repossession. I'm assuming the example provided on this site is acceptable. What are the normal timeframes to then bring the case to court? Is there any other info that I should know in order to do this?

Any help is much appreciated.

Many thanks


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