Landlord No Reason (Section 173) Notice

Under the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 ("the Act"), the way possession is sought changes for occupation contracts. There is a "no reason" section 173 notice (comparable to section 21) upon giving six months' notice

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Related Forms

RHW19 - Withdrawal of Section 173 Notice

The prescribed form RHW19 is used after a section 173 notice has been served under a periodic occupation contract, and that notice is to be withdrawn.

RHW17 Section 173 Notice (Two Months)

The prescribed form RHW17 is used for a periodic standard contract for giving two months' notice to a contract-holder without providing a reason.

RHW16 Section 173 Notice (Six Months)

The prescribed form RHW16 is used for a periodic standard contract for giving six months' notice to a contract-holder without providing a reason.

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