11:28 AM, 1st July 2021, About 11 months ago 10
A tenant who can’t pay her rent was going to leave (possibly to live with family) but the Local Authority is asking her to get a Section 21 from me. This means starting the eviction process. She says she can’t get UC or any help from the Job Centre until she gets this. She has only missed one month so far.
I think I can’t start proceedings until she has missed two payments. Is this right?
Also, she is only 3 months into her standard shorthold tenancy and I read somewhere that you can’t issue an order until they have completed their fixed term, which is 6 months in her case.
As we have to give 4 months’ notice now, that would take her beyond that, so perhaps the process can start now. I was recommended to Landlord Action. They seem to have got the information and gone forward straight away?
Sorry, a lot of questions.
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