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Landlord and Tenant, Validity of Notices

Article contributed by Richard Granby, Tanfield Chambers   Case name, reference and Bailii link:     Mooney v Whiteland [2023] EWCA Civ 67    Summary   The Court of Appeal held a rent increase notice to be invalid, the tenant was not obliged to consider whether the landlord had made a mistake before considering validity.     Facts    Ms Whiteland had an assured tenancy, a weekly periodic tenancy that had begun on 20 May 1991, a Monday,  her landlord was…

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