Residential Evictions – Notice period returns to normal next month

Residential Evictions Notice period is going to return to pre-Covid rules on the 1st of October. The news was welcomed by agents and landlords who waited for more than 18 months.

The government have set in motion a Parliamentary procedure meaning Residential Evictions Notice  in England is to return to normal from 1st October 2021

Ministers have confirmed that notice periods for both Section 21 and Section 8 notices will revert to two months from the current six months for most types of eviction from October 1st onwards – it will no longer be the six months notice period required under Coronavirus legislation, which will remain in force until 1st October.

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Residential Eviction Notice is  great news for landlords who have had to wait over 18 months to recover money owed to them and can now proceed with evictions.  A large number of landlords want possession back so they can now sell up.   However, will this cause a backlog in the courts as they try to keep up with the increase in the number of evictions?

If you are a landlord that needs help or advice on an residential eviction, Absolute Enforcement’s High Court Enforcement Agents with years of experience in the industry, are ready to assist you, enforcing in a professional and effective manner.