11:21 AM, 27th January 2021, About 5 months ago 4
I am a small landlord. I had a difficult tenant last spring and I thought we had sorted it all out. She’s been paying on time since then and has now gone on to a periodic tenancy as I did not renew her tenancy agreement.
She’s now stopped paying again, and I would like to evict her unless there is a really good reason why she can’t pay. I am confused with all the legislation there has been, but is it correct that I can serve her a Section 21 notice and submit it to the court immediately, so it can be heard as soon as possible?
If so, is there any idea when is it likely to be heard?
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