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You should take the notice as the landlord's intention to forfeit the lease and take possession of the property. Sometimes, landlords serve the notice to make sure the tenant's get the point in the hope that a difficult tenant will then settle the arrears, but usually it is a pre-cursor to forfeiture.
This means that the landlord takes possession of the property and your right to occupy the property under the Lease ceases.
The landlord will then have the option to sue you for the breach and claim the arrears and future rent from you.
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