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Where a landlord serves an opposing section 25 notice on a tenant, how should the tenant respond to the notice? If the tenant issues proceedings, what form(s) should be used and how should the tenant address a potential issue with the validity of the landlord’s notice?

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Published on LexisPSL on 03/10/2017

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  • Where a landlord serves an opposing section 25 notice on a tenant, how should the tenant respond to the notice? If the tenant issues proceedings, what form(s) should be used and how should the tenant address a potential issue with the validity of the landlord’s notice?

Where a landlord serves an opposing section 25 notice on a tenant, how should the tenant respond to the notice? If the tenant issues proceedings, what form(s) should be used and how should the tenant address a potential issue with the validity of the landlord’s notice?

Where a landlord has served a notice pursuant to section 25 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, opposing the grant of a new tenancy, there is no requirement for a tenant to serve a counter-notice in response.

The next stage will be for either the landlord or tenant to make an application to the court. In the tenant’s

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