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Where a landlord has served a valid notice pursuant to section 25 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954) and neither the landlord nor tenant have applied to the court, the tenancy will come to an end on the date specified in the section 25 notice.
Applications by the landlord (for renewal or termination) or tenant (for renewal) must be made to the court no later than the end of the ‘statutory period’ (being the date for termination specified in the section 25 notice or the date for commencement specified in any tenant’s section 26 request as stated in LTA 1954, s 29A(1). However, the parties are able to extend the statutory period by agreement if it is made before the end of the statutory period (or any agr
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