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I note you state "permitted", who's boat is it?
The presence of a boat does not alter the landlord's ability to serve notices, either s21 or s8 Housing Act 1988, the landlord can still exercise his rights in this regard and all other formalities are required but unaffected.
It would seem sensible when serving the notice to also send a letter at the same time and in the same way referring to the notice the landlord has served and asking that it will also be required that the boat be removed by upon vacation by the tenant. If the Landlord is to offer terms (ie. perhaps to permit the boat to stay temporarily longer than the tenant after vacation because of the practical difficulties inherent with removal) then these should be expressed in the letter together with a request that the tenant provide details and updates concerning the removal of the boat.
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