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Is this an assured shorthold tenancy? YESWhen does the fixed term end? 31/5/13What date did you receive the notice from the landlord? 24/1/13Was it a section 21 Housing Act notice that you received? YESWhen does the notice state that the landlord requires possession? 1/5/13
Tom - sorry, just a further clarification. I see when our lease was last renewed in May 2012, a two month break clause was added for either party. The lease was still fixed term, as I indicated above. Does this change the notice form required (21 vs 8)?
Also, for the last year, a summer house (included in the lease) has been unusable due to black mould on one wall where water does not drain properly. The landlord has not repaired it as the quotes for remediation work are too costly. Do we have any recourse for compensation of rent?
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