Service of Property Notices

Notices can be used for an abundance of matters for example, to create new rights or interests, extend existing rights or interests, satisfy a condition, alter the terms of an agreement or bring an interest in land to an end.

If a Notice has to be served, it needs to be compliant with common law and statute. If the Notice is not compliant, it may be invalid which can have significant consequences for a landlord or tenant.

When a Notice is served it must be served by the right party, on the right party, in the correct way, within any specified time limit and have the correct form and content.

We advise landlords and tenants as to when and how Notices should be served in order to protect their interests.

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