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A landlord lets two properties to a tenant under a tenancy agreement (not assured shorthold tenancy). The tenant uses the properties solely for holiday lets (no more than one week lets, with the landlord’s permission) and has never lived in the property themselves. The tenancy agreement was for a fixed term of one year, which ended in June 2019 and has not since been formally extended. The tenant pays rent monthly and on time. What is the correct notice to terminate the tenancy, and what would the notice period be?

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Produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk
Published on LexisPSL on 11/08/2020

The following Property Disputes Q&A produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • A landlord lets two properties to a tenant under a tenancy agreement (not assured shorthold tenancy). The tenant uses the properties solely for holiday lets (no more than one week lets, with the landlord’s permission) and has never lived in the property themselves. The tenancy agreement was for a fixed term of one year, which ended in June 2019 and has not since been formally extended. The tenant pays rent monthly and on time. What is the correct notice to terminate the tenancy, and what would the notice period be?

A landlord lets two properties to a tenant under a tenancy agreement (not assured shorthold tenancy). The tenant uses the properties solely for holiday lets (no more than one week lets, with the landlord’s permission) and has never lived in the property themselves. The tenancy agreement was for a fixed term of one year, which ended in June 2019 and has not since been formally extended. The tenant pays rent monthly and on time. What is the correct notice to terminate the tenancy, and what would the notice period be?

Where a dwelling house let to an individual or individuals is occupied by them as their only or principal home, it will ordinarily be an assured shorthold tenancy (AST). However, where the tenant does not occupy the property as their

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