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What notice would be required to evict an occupier living in a caravan belonging to the landlord and located on the landlord's private property, where there is no formal written agreement and rent is paid on a monthly basis? The rent is now three months in arrears.

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Produced in partnership with Carl Fain of Tanfield Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 18/06/2020

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  • What notice would be required to evict an occupier living in a caravan belonging to the landlord and located on the landlord's private property, where there is no formal written agreement and rent is paid on a monthly basis? The rent is now three months in arrears.

What notice would be required to evict an occupier living in a caravan belonging to the landlord and located on the landlord's private property, where there is no formal written agreement and rent is paid on a monthly basis? The rent is now three months in arrears.

If the caravan is stationed on a protected site (within the meaning of the Caravan Sites Act 1968

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