Update: Please note that in Wales, between 14 November 2020 and 31 March 2021, bailiffs cannot serve eviction notice on tenants or carry out evictions, except in the most extreme circumstances (eg anti-social behaviour, trespassing and abandonment).
We are recommending that landlords suspend or delay evictions during the Covid-19 pandemic in line with Government Guidance. Due to Covid-19 there is uncertainty on when eviction proceedings will be allowed to recommence. The notice period you set out in this notice may be extended due to changes made by the Government in response to the pandemic. Failure to comply with this extended notice period may result in your notice being invalidated. We recommend that you not use Rocket Lawyer's eviction notice during this time.
For use in Wales only.
In order to evict tenants in privately rented property in Wales, landlords and letting agents must follow the correct rules and procedures. This legal notice informs tenants that their tenancy is going to end and the landlord is going to enforce their automatic right to possession. Landlords should use this section 21 notice to gain possession of properties rented under an assured shorthold tenancy (AST). The correct use of a section 21 notice will help to ensure that a landlord takes possession of their property safely and legally.