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Our tenancy ends in 1 month, landlord still will not give me a firm answer if we can stay (property is worth alot more than what we are paying)


The tenancy ends 28/10/07, say it gets to 1 week before, can he kick us out with 1 weeks notice as it ends in a week? The Agreement states 1 month, but i'm worried if this only means inside the tenancy dates.


Also, he may say , stay, but rent is now £100 more, how much notice will he have to give of a rent increase outside of the tenancy agreement dates?



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He has to give TWO months notice (I am assuming that you are on a monthly rent period).

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No he cant just kick you out, dont worry

He has to follow correct procedure, for a start he has to give you 2 months clear notice.

Also if he wants to put the rent up he has to do it in writing, and you have to agree to it, it also has to be within limits depending on the current market

If you dont hear from him your tenancy will automatically turn into a statutory periodic tenancy whereby he has to give you 2 months notice to quit and you would have to give 1 months notice if you wanted to leave




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