10:26 AM, 12th October 2020, About 8 months ago 15
A lawyer recently told me that he thought there was a law whereby, if a tenant gives notice, but then does not move out at the end of their notice period, they can be charged double rent.
Has anyone heard of this please or know what my position is under the Covid-19 emergency rules?
My tenants gave notice 2 months ago, but now what 6 months notice from me which seems odd since they already terminated the contract!
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