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Section 8 notices are legal documents which are often put together incorrectly. There are a lot of free Section 8 forms available online which simply aren’t up-to-date or well drafted. The Section 8 Form available on this site were compiled with the current legislation according to the Housing Act and come with guidance notes. All payments are made via PayPal’s secure server, and you don’t need a PayPal account to use their payment gateway.
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What is a Section 8 (Notice To Quit) Form?
A “section 8 notice to quit”, also known as a “section 8 possession notice”, is used to terminate an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement during the fixed term because a tenant has breached the agreement e.g fallen into rent arrears.
A landlord cannot evict their tenant without first obtaining an order for possession from a court. Before applying to the court for this order, the landlord must serve a Section 8 notice to quit on the tenant. The notice states that the landlord intends to seek possession of the property and states the ground or grounds on which possession is sought.
In most cases, once a tenant receives the 8 notice, they vacate the property, to avoid any court hearings. However, if this is not the case, the landlord should apply for a possession order from a court.
For more information on Section 8 Notice To Quit Forms and grounds for eviction, Section 8 Notice To Quit Form.
Who is this Section 8 (Notice To Quit) Form For?
This document should be used by Landlords wanting to terminate an Assured Shorthold Tenancy in England, during the fixed term because a tenant has breached any terms in the agreement e.g fallen into rent arrears.