Landlord Notice (Rent Arrears and Other Breach)

Under the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016, possession under an occupation contract for breaches, including rent arrears, is changed, although some principles of assured shorthold tenancies have been imported.

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RHW23 Breach of Occupation Contract Notice

The prescribed form RHW23 is used where a contract holder is in breach of a term of an occupation contract, including (but not limited to) anti-social behaviour.

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The prescribed form RHW20 is used where a contract holder of an occupation contract is seriously in arrears with their rent.

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Possession Notice Wizard (Wales)

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