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Under section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 (the LTA 1985)
TO: [insert full name of tenant] of [insert address] (the ‘Tenant’) [and [[insert full name of recognised tenant’s association] of [insert address] (the ‘RTA’)]]
FROM: [insert full name of landlord] who is the [freehold OR long leasehold] owner of the building known as [insert address] (the ‘Premises’)
[THE LANDLORD OR WE [[NAME OF SOLICITORS OR AGENTS]] AS [SOLICITORS AND] DULY AUTHORISED AGENTS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE LANDLORD] GIVE[S] NOTICE AS FOLLOWS:
[For qualifying works It is the intention of the Landlord to carry out qualifying works to the Premises or a part of the Premises.
For long term qualifying agreements It is the intention of the Landlord to enter i
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