Here you will find template Letters for – Rent arrears, Breach of tenancy, Court action, Court Bailiff and Section 8, 21 and other notices.
The British Landlords Association has provided all our members, what they may need to run their letting business from day today.
However, should you require a particular document and you cannot find it, please contact us, if it is of use to other members, our lawyers will produce it for you, free of charge. Note: Notice period for section 8 & 21 is 3 months under the Coronavirus Act 2020, if you are unsure seek advice from our helpline 01293 855700
COVID-19 Rent Arrears
COVID-19 template for landlords to use for defaulting renters through the COVID-19 period. Sets out the current legal position regards to paying rent.
Section 21 Guide
COVID-19 April 2020 Section 21 form 6A guide for landlords. Due to recent legislation, the Notice period for eviction has changed, please read this guide before serving a section 21 Notice on your tenant.
Section 21 Wales
Section 21 Notice for Wales, this notice is a periodic section 21 notice only to be used when the tenancy has expired. Must not be used during the fixed period of the tenancy or for England.
Section 21 Notice
New COVID-19 Section 21 notice Form 6A, you can use the covering letter under this section to accompany your Notice. Ensure you read our section 21 notice guide before serving the Notice.
Section 8 Notice
New COVID-19 Section 8 notice, rent arrears grounds 8,10 & 11. Download from this section, our rent schedule and section 8 Notice covering letter, for your convenience. Read our Section 8 Guide.
Section 8 Notice G12
New COVID-19 Section 8 notice, rent arrears grounds 8,10,11 also includes Grounds 12 for breach of tenancy. Download from this section, our rent schedule. Delete grounds that are not applicable.
Section 8 Grounds
Under section 8 notice, there are 17 grounds. This list sets out all 17 grounds with an explanation of what those grounds are. However, you are required to cite also the exact text from the Housing Act.
Section 48 Notice
Section 48 Notice, the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 states that landlords of residential tenancies in England and Wales must furnish their tenants with an address in England & Wales at which notices can be served.
Rent Arrears Letter 1
An initial gentle letter, putting the tenant on notice of the rent arrears. A reminder to pay the rent as soon as possible, or to contact the landlord.
Rent Arrears Letter 2
A follow-up letter 2, requesting the tenant to pay the rent within seven days. Links to various benefit options, including means form.
Rent Arrears Letter 3
The final letter, before serving a section 8 notice, requesting the tenant to pay the rent urgently. Template sets out implications of court action too.
Section 8 Letter 1
Rent arrears section 8 cover letter template, to accompany a section 8 notice for any of the grounds 8,10 or 11.
Section 8 Letter 2
This letter is used when the section 8 notice expires. It urges tenant to contact the landlord urgently, or court action will commence promptly.
Breach Letter 1
A template letter for breach of tenancy for damage to property or nuisance like noise etc. This template is useful as a pre section 8 notice for ground 12
Breach Letter 2
A template letter to accompany section 8 notice, ground 12 or other related grounds. It is commonly used, for damage to property or nuisance like noise.
Template letter used when you have received a court possession order, requesting the tenant to engage in a check-out and or property inspection.
Template letter to the tenant regarding bailiff and setting out the process and timeline, requesting the tenant to engage to ensure a smooth process.
This template letter is informing the tenant of the date and time of eviction, requesting the tenant to remove all belongings, item etc.
A template letter that requests ex-renter to collect items, property that is remaining in the property with a time limit.
Landlord Agent termination letter
Free landlord agent termination letter, template download for landlords who wish to terminate their agreement with their letting agent.