Francis Wilks and Jones are experts in all aspects of Section 8 Notice Housing Act 1988. We can advise you on your rights and options to restore the property by assigning notice in accordance with Section 8 regarding the search for the property, including the granting of a property procedure, and the reasons for Section 8 in which you can claim a claim. Contact us now for quick and informal advice. Hello, I tried to reread the answer, but it is very back in its wording, and I`m still puzzled. It`s not something I want to do now (coronavirus, etc.), but I want to know what`s right. Can I go back to first place, provided I have the clause that says I could be in the AST? The AST is not at the end (2 years to run) At the latest at the beginning of the tenancy, the lessor has written to the tenant to tell him that the property could be recovered on this ground, or the Tribunal considers it fair and fair to waive the requirement of termination and (in both cases) – it is interesting to note that after review of s9 HA88 www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/50/section/9, it excludes the expanded discretion “for one of the reasons in Part I of Schedule 2,” which will likely include the cases of item 1, in which no notification was made and where the judge in any event used his discretion to issue the injunction. If the lessor follows the correct procedure and a mandatory reason is established (proven), the court must issue a legally binding property order.  However, the Supreme Court held that the eviction of a tenant constitutes interference with the right to respect for his or her home under section 8 of the ECHR and that the regional court has the power to assess the proportionality of an order against an introductory tenant, an insecure tenant and a tenant who is downgraded by the municipality when a seriously challenged defence is presented.  At this time, it is not clear whether insured tenants of registered private social housing providers (PRSHPs) can also receive such a defence, and if the regional court declares that it is not entitled to bring a legal action, it should be asked to defer the application for possession pending an application for judicial review. For more information, visit the public law and human rights page in property proceedings.
With respect to item 1, it is not necessary for the owner applying for section 8 to intend to reside in the property. With respect to item 2, it is not necessary for the section 8 lessor to justify a previous residence prior to the use of this section 8.