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Commonhold and leasehold reform act 2002, section 166
[insert name(s) of leaseholder(s)] (note 1)
This notice is given in respect of [insert address of premises to which the long lease relates].
It requires you to pay rent of £ [insert amount] on [insert date]. (note 2)
This rent is payable in respect of the period [state period].
[In accordance with the terms of your lease the amount of £ [insert amount] [is OR was] due on [insert date on which rent due in accordance with the lease]. (note 3)]
Payment should be made to [insert name of landlord(s) or, if payment to be made to an agent, name of agent] at [insert address].
This notice is given by [insert name of landlord(s) and, if not given above, address].
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