This is a landlord's notice admitting a tenant's claim for a lease extension, as required by section 45(2)(a) of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.
A landlord's counter notice is a legal document that a landlord can use to respond to a tenant's notice to end the tenancy. The landlord can use the counter notice to agree to the tenant's notice, or to give the tenant a new date to move out. The landlord can also use the counter notice to tell the tenant that the landlord does not agree to the tenant's notice.
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