A Bleak Time for Landlords – Now and Forever? In the Theatre of Confusion, Knowing the Location of the Exits is What Counts. Mason Cooley Ending a tenancy has long been, for a landlord, an ever-darker forest of uncertainty.  In the last year, the government has been under immense pressure to further protect tenants from…

Introduction: The “Renters Reform Bill” was introduced in the Queen’s Speech in December 2019. The purposes of the Bill are to “Introduce a package of reforms to deliver a fairer and more effective rental market.” The main elements of the bill are: 1. Abolishing the use of ‘no fault’ evictions by removing section 21 of…

In this note, we consider the situation where there is an issue with a tenancy deposit; and that issue spans more than one tenancy.  Where the deposit has not been correctly protected and/or the prescribed information has not been provided to the tenant in accordance with the rules, the court must order that the landlord…

About our Fixed Fee Tenant Eviction in England & Wales by Tenant Eviction Solicitors We offer an Inexpensive, Quick and Effective Fixed Fee Tenant Eviction by Solicitors for Landlords, Letting Agents & Housing Associations Are you looking for an inexpensive, quick and effective solution to your tenant eviction problem in England & Wales?  If so we…

The article was written by the Housing Minister Lesley Griffiths on Monday 23 November 2015. The article includes the following information for Landlords: all private landlords will be required to register with Rent Smart Wales. They will also have to register their properties if a landlord wants to manage the property themselves, they must demonstrate they…

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