14:45 PM, 28th April 2022, About 2 years ago 11
Section 8 Notices seem to lack substance currently, with mandatory and discretionary grounds for possession.
With the likelihood of Section 21 Notices becoming a thing of the past, what measures would you put in place to make Section 8 Notices more robust?
This is extremely important given that this could potentially provide one of very few means for landlords to gain possession of their properties should the “No-fault notice” be banned.
Most landlords and agents know that good tenants are not given notice without very good cause or out of necessity. Unfortunately, that line is not a vote winner and not what the media wants to report.
If we accept the proposed changes we need assurances that the alternative is fit for purpose.
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