A landlord1 of any premises which consist of or include a dwelling2, and are not held under a tenancy to which Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 19543 applies, must by notice4 furnish the tenant with an address in England and Wales at which notices (including notices in proceedings5) may be served on him by the tenant6. Where a landlord of any such premises fails so to furnish an address, any rent, service charge7 or administration charge8 otherwise due from the tenant to the landlord is treated for all purposes as not being due from the tenant
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