Notice Of Intent

We are able to serve a preventative Notice Of Intent to tenants once they are 1 month (4 weeks) in arrears. This serves as a final warning to the said tenant that, as soon as they are in arrears for 2 months (8 weeks), then legal notice will be served. Helpland Ltd can report an excellent rate of success with this notice, the majority of cases being settled before legal notice is required.

What is a Notice Of Intent?

A Notice Of Intent would act as a warning to your tenant before you serve them notice (Section 8 or Section 21) and, therefore, gives your tenant ample time to rectify the unpaid monies. Once a Notice Of Intent has been served, it is then up to your tenant to pay the outstanding amount before the debt increases. If your tenant still fails to pay the balance to you then, as soon as they are in arrears for 2 months (or 8 weeks) you would proceed to Step 1, Evict My Tenant.

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