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Hi,

 

It has been a while since i have visited the forums but as life avails twists and turns you seem to remember.

 

I have been issued with a section 21 notice from landlord

 

 

was served on the 22/12/16 giving 2 month notice to vacate by 22/01/17

 

 

my tenancy has expired the 1 year and is running periodic,

 

 

as far i was aware the dates have to tally with tenancy

therefore should have 2 months from 18/12/16 or 18/01/17

as my tenancy start date was 18/6/15

 

 

am i correct or is Newham council correct that after tenancy ends and is in periodic period the section 21 can be served at any date and be valid ?

I am living in London under council of Newham. Sorry for long post tried to keep as short as possible and to the point.

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Just to clarify there is no rent arrears and payments are up to date the landlord is trying to evict in revenge of request for disrepair to property.

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Just to clarify there is no rent arrears and payments are up to date the landlord is trying to evict in revenge of request for disrepair to property.

 

Have you spoken to Shelter?

To your local council??

 

Is the S.21 notice valid, or invalidated as a "revenge eviction"??

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Not spoken to shelter yet

Yes spoke to Newham Council

 

They have tried to negotiate with landlord but he has said he wants to let unfurnished and without any responsibility of white good repairs which the council has not agreed to they were wiling to give landlord a lump sum in return for a 1 or 2 year tenancy.

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Newham are correct.

Whether you can get Judge to declare s21 void relies on other factors.

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