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What is the best way to serve a section 21 notice on a residential tenancy. At a recent hearing, the District Judge said the Court of Appeal had clarified how to serve—do you have any information about the case?

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Produced in partnership with Katherine Illsley of 4 King’s Bench Walk
Published on LexisPSL on 23/08/2018

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  • What is the best way to serve a section 21 notice on a residential tenancy. At a recent hearing, the District Judge said the Court of Appeal had clarified how to serve—do you have any information about the case?

What is the best way to serve a section 21 notice on a residential tenancy. At a recent hearing, the District Judge said the Court of Appeal had clarified how to serve—do you have any information about the case?

This Q&A considers methods of serving a notice pursuant to section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (HA 1988) in order to end an assured shorthold tenancy. It also considers whether there is any Court of Appeal authority on how to serve a section 21 notice.

A section 21 notice can be used by a landlord to end an assured shorthold tenancy without requiring them to give a reason for requiring possession. While there are benefits to a section 21 notice, there are numerous requirements that have to be met in order for a

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