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Hi,

My landlord sent me a Section 21 for me to quit his property. However, he put down the wrong expiry (1 month instead of 2). I understand this means it's not valid. Am I obliged to say anything or can I wait til the penultimate day and tell him then and therefore have him effectively extend my tenancy by another couple of months whilst he sorts his act out?

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Hi,

My landlord sent me a Section 21 for me to quit his property. However, he put down the wrong expiry (1 month instead of 2). I understand this means it's not valid. Am I obliged to say anything or can I wait til the penultimate day and tell him then and therefore have him effectively extend my tenancy by another couple of months whilst he sorts his act out?

Make the b*stard wait: it usually pisses them off big time when they find out they`ve faffed it! Your landlord will then either: try to sort out the S21 and screw it up again; or go to a solicitor to try and sort it out. Both options take time and money!

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As tempting as it might seem to be awkward, Mr Rose is right. Be cool, polite and by the numbers and if it goes to court the judge will be your friend.

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