CONCLUSION OF THE CASE
the result of this was that the s.21 notice was invalid and the landlord was liable to pay damages.
The ratio of Superstrike was that the statutory periodic tenancy was a new tenancy under which a deposit was deemed to have been paid. That was equally applicable to the present case. It followed that all the requirements in s.213 arose afresh in May 2010, i.e. when the statutory periodic tenancy arose.
The court ordered the deposit to be returned to the tenant and damages of 2 times the value of the deposit to be paid (so £1,800 in all).The claimants were to pay the costs of the claim and
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