UNITED KINGDOM

Give notice to your tenant or to your landlord with these Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for the United Kingdom.

  • Forms available for England, Scotland and Wales.
  • Downloadable, customisable, reusable templates.

For tenancy agreements and other leasing documents, check out UK Residential Tenancy Forms.

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England Notice of Rent Increase for APT Form 4B

Download this free Form 4B, Landlord's notice proposing a new rent under an Assured Periodic Tenancy of premises situated in England.

  • This is the prescribed form for the purposes of Section 13(2) of the Housing Act 1988.
  • The form includes guidance notes for tenants, explaining what action they must take to accept or refuse the new rent.
  • The notice also includes guidance notes for landlords, explaining when the form should and should not be used, and when the.....
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Scotland Landlord Application to Rent Assessment Committee

Landlords may apply to the Rent Assessment Committee with this free Landlord Application for Assured Tenancies, under Scottish law.

  • The landlord may apply for a determination of the terms of a statutory assured tenancy after a tenant has served you with Notice AT1M to propose a change in the terms of a tenancy agreement.
  • The landlord may also apply for a determination of rent for the tenancy under Section 17(3) of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • This applic.....
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Scotland Notice of Rent Increase

Notify your tenant of a rental increase with this free Scotland Notice of Rent Increase form.

  • The Notice must be given in accordance with the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • The tenant is notified that the rent will be increased in 6 months or less from the date set out in the form.
This Scotland Notice of Rent Increase form is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.
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Scotland Notice Proposing Different Terms of Statutory Assured Tenancy

Landlords, propose a change in the terms of an assured tenancy to a new tenant with this Form AT1(L) under Scottish law.

  • The form is for assured tenancies or short assured tenancies, under section 17(2) of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • This Notice is to be used where the terms of the new tenancy are different from the terms of the former tenancy.
  • This form is for use only by a landlord.
Scotland Notice Proposing Terms of Statutory Assur.....
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Scotland Notice Proposing New Terms of Statutory Assured Tenancy

Tenants, propose new terms for an assured tenancy to your landlord with this downloadable Form AT1(T) in accordance with Scottish law.

  • The Notice can only be used by a tenant, who must serve it on the landlord pursuant to section 17(2) of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • The proposal applies to new tenants under assured tenancies or short assured tenancies.
  • The form is to be used where the proposed terms of the new tenancy are different from the terms of the.....
$6.29

Scotland Notice Tenancy is Not Short Assured Tenancy

Give notice to a tenant that their new tenancy is not a short assured tenancy with this free form, under Scottish housing laws.

  • The Notice is given in accordance with Section 32(4) of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • Notifying the tenant in this manner will change the tenancy from a short assured tenancy to an assured tenancy.
This Scotland Notice Tenancy is Not Short Assured Tenancy form is downloadable and easy to download, fill in and pr.....
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Scotland Notice to Prospective Tenant of Short Scottish Secure Tenancy

Scottish landlords, if you are offering a tenant a new tenancy which is to be a short assured tenancy, you must notify them with this Notice under Section 34 to be Served on Prospective Tenant that the tenancy being offered is a short Scottish secure tenancy under Section 4 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001.

In order to be valid, the Notice must be served before the creation of a tenancy agreement. This is Form SST1 and is for use ONLY by a landlord.

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Scotland Notice to Raise Proceedings for Possession

Start proceedings to evict a tenant by serving the tenant with this Scotland Notice of Intention to Raise Proceedings for Possession.

  • This Form AT 6 is for assured tenancies, under Section 19 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.
  • Before you can serve this Notice, you must first serve the tenant with a Notice to Quit.
  • The Notice informs the tenant that you intend to apply to the Sheriff for an Order of Possession of the rental premises.
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$6.29

Scotland Notice to Tenant of Short Assured Tenancy

Notify new tenants that their tenancy will be a short assured tenancy with this free Scotland Notice to Tenant form.

  • The notice must be served on the prospective tenant prior to the start of the tenancy.
  • A short assured tenancy is usually not longer than 6 months.
This Scotland Notice to Tenant of Short Assured Tenancy form is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.
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Scotland Request to Terminate Tenancy

Scottish tenants, use this Request to Terminate Tenancy form to advise the Housing Council that you wish to relinquish your tenancy.

  • The Request form also states the reasons why you want to terminate the tenancy.
  • The form must be signed by the tenant (or joint tenant) and a representative of the council.
  • If applicable, the tenant's spouse must also sign to indicate that he/she relinquishes his/her rights under the Matrimonial Homes (Family Protection) (Scot.....
$2.29