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About 2 weeks ago 36
We moved into an office within an office block about 4 years ago at the height of the recession. When we moved into the office we were told to occupy a smaller office until the one meant for us was ready. When our office was ready we moved in and when we asked for a lease, the agent was always very busy and we never got one.
I went away on holiday and upon my return, I received an email form the letting agent that certain allegations were made against us and was therefore giving us two weeks notice to quit the office block.
The allegations were made by the guys managing the office block who have tried to sell the landlord stuff to us in the past, this we declined and have since not been on good terms with them.
My question is that is a two weeks notice period in line with office block laws even though we don’t have any existing contract?
Finding another office in two weeks is a task we are now faced with.
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