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Giving Your 1 Months Notice To Leave ?

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i will be putting in my 1 months notice to leave to the ll in a couple of weeks..to do this properly with some sort of proof of his acceptance signed etc is there a certain form i have to serve him ? like the 1 they issue you with (s21 if im correct) or do i just do it verbally..+ any advice on sneaky landlords tactics to steal my deposit so i can be forearmed! also im not in the tds as it came into affect afterwards.ok cheers again :)

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+ also can you give your notice in mid term my rental period starts on the 1st of each month but want to leave half way through sep thus giving notice half way through aug ? i obviously dont want to pay a full months rent for sep as i wont be there after the 1st 2 weeks..i would rather move out on the 1st of sep instead if this is the case,cheers :)

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Have a look at your contract - it will probably say that you can only serve notice on the rent due date so if you haven't handed in your notice by today then you'll most likely have to pay until the 1st of October. If you'd spoken to the landlord about it last week then he might have allowed you to leave in the middle of September if you'd told him that you would leave on the 1st of September if he didn't agree. You've lost that bargaining chip now so he has no reason to let you move out before October. Unless you can get hold of the landlord today to speak to him about it and have a way of serving notice today?

cheers mmm.beer can get hold of him today no problem + he might be ok about moving out mid term as its a couple of weeks revenue i suppose..unless hes got someone to move straight in fair enough i will move out and store my gear tbh :)

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