This document provides the required notices and declarations to allow a landlord to exclude the provisions of sections 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. The effect of serving these notices and receiving the declarations, is to allow the landlord to evict a business tenant at the expiry of the term of the lease between them.
The document provides the required terms for such notices to be valid, and provides a declaration, to be completed by the tenant, in the correct form depending upon whether the required 14 days' notice period prior to commencing the lease has been provided.
How to use this document
The notice within the document should be signed and sent by the landlord to each tenant, together with the declaration to be completed by the tenant, also provided within the document.
Each tenant should then read the notice and the declaration before completing, signing and returning the declaration form. Copies of the completed forms should be retained by all parties.
If the notice is sent by the landlord less than 14 days before the beginning of the lease, the declaration will be in the form of a statutory declaration, and as such the tenant's declaration will also have to be signed by a commissioner of oaths.
Please note that both the landlord's notice and the tenant's declaration must be signed and sent prior to the lease commencing.
Any applicable law
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
The Statutory Declarations Act 1835
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