Only if it has become a statutory period tenancy, otherwise what is in the contract rules. This is misleading. If the contract rules, a landlord could draw up a contract stating he/she wanted 2 years notice.Putting it simply, whether the tenancy is within the time period of the AST (Assured Shorthold Tenancy), or has continued beyond that time period without a new agreement being signed (i.e. it has become a periodic AST):The landlord must give 2 months notice to the tenant, and the tenant must give 1 months notice to the landlord.Great care must be taken to ensure that the date of this notice coincides with the end of a rent period.outandup
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