A local housing authority1 must not serve a notice to quit on the tenant2 of a family intervention tenancy3 unless:
(1) the authority has served a notice in writing on the tenant4, stating:
(a) that the authority has decided to serve a notice to quit on the tenant;
(b) the effect of serving a notice to quit;
(c) the reasons for the authority's decision;
(d) when the authority is intending to serve the notice to quit; and
(e) that the tenant has the right to request, within the period of 14 days beginning with the service of the notice
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