The landlord is only required to send the notice to the last address they have for you. If the notice failed to get to you because of a problem with forwarding, that isn't the landlord's responsibility. If, as you say, the landlord deliberately did something to prevent the notice from reaching you, the landlord would owe damages for loss to the property and potentially also a statutory penalty.
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