Writing an end of tenancy letter for a property in London
There are many reasons for terminating the tenancy of a property. Some will pass on good terms, and others won’t be quite so amicable. However it manifests, there’s a right and a wrong way to carry out proceedings. Part of the procedure is how you give your tenants notice, delivering the letter and making sure everything is in order with your London property. Around 10% of tenancies are ended by the landlord, and it’s usually for non-payment of rent. Where rent arrears are the reason for the termination, then it’s more likely a case for an eviction notice to be served (Section 8).