As from a day to be appointed1, a private landlord2 may give a tenant a notice3 bringing an assured shorthold tenancy4 to an end on the day on which the notice is given if5:
(1) the tenancy relates to premises in England6;
(2) the unpaid rent condition is met7;
(3) the landlord has given the warning notices8 that are required9; and
(4) no tenant, named occupier10, or deposit payer11 has responded in writing to any of those notices before the date specified in the warning notices12.
The unpaid rent condition referred to in head (2) above is met if13:
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