Remind Notice Expires Soon Arrange Keys

After a notice has been given, it can sometimes be unclear whether the tenant intends to vacate upon expiry or not. Sometimes the tenant may not think the landlord or agent was serious about serving the notice. This letter for landlords or agents reminds the tenant that a notice was served recently and that the date for expiry is approaching. 

The template asks if the tenant would get in contact to arrange to return the keys etc. Finally, the letter reminds the tenant to ensure any damage they may have caused is made good and that all items are removed. If they haven't gone by the expiry of the notice, a possession order will be obtained, the costs for which will be asked to be paid by the tenant (and guarantor in default). 

The document is more suited for use after service of section 21 (England) or section 173 (Wales) notice or a notice to quit. Still, you could use it in other circumstances with minor amendments (e.g. after a section 8 notice). 

The letter is in Rich Text Format (RTF), so it will work with all word processors, including Microsoft Word, and can be edited to your liking.

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