There is no
absolute requirement for you to sign the notice and return it. Indeed, faced
with being thrown out of their house, many tenants simply ignore the notice in
any event. The next step is for the landlord to make an application to court
for possession (after 28 July) and if he gets the order for possession, then
make a further application to have you evicted, if you have not moved out. Each
application obviously costs money and he can ask the court to award those costs
against you which he can sue you for.
If he has not
protected the deposit in a tenants deposit scheme, this gives a defence to his
application for possession.
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