default notice
Under regulations under the Consumer Credit Act 1974, where a debtor or hirer defaults under a regulated credit or hire agreement, the trader must send to the customer a default notice giving the customer at least seven days' notice before taking certain actions including termination of the agreement, demanding payment, recovering possession or enforcing a security.

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default notice
In the context of landlord and tenant, a notice served by a landlord wishing to preserve rights against former tenants and guarantors to recover fixed charges. A default notice of a potential claim must be served within six months of the current tenant's default (section 17, Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995).

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