Section 8 and Section 21 Notice Generation

When you require your rental property back - for whatever reason - and the tenant doesn't leave voluntarily the process will always legally start with either a Section 21 notice seeking possession or a Section 8 being served on the tenant.

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These notices are in a legal format and must have very specific wording as to why you are seeking possession of your property. The slightest mistake on either the Section 21 or Section 8 form will see your case rejected by the court, leaving you out of pocket and still stuck with yor tenant!

Our unique system will:

  • Help you choose the right notice, either the Section 8 or Section 21
  • Guide you through the simple form to enter the required information (property details, tenant details and tenancy details)
  • Create the correct notice in the correct format, in real time for you to download and print
  • You are able to return and re-print as and when needed
  • The notices will inform you how and when to serve the notices to stay within the legal timeframe required by law
  • We are on hand to help should you have any questions

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