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  October 30, 2019
Katie Whitehead looks at the governments proposal to abolish section 21 notices, known as the "non-faults" eviction process and what this will mean for landlords.
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  July 15, 2019
Good news for landlords... and their solicitors.
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  July 5, 2019
Case Law Update – Adverse possession Thorpe v Frank 2019
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  April 15, 2019
The government have announced plans over the weekend of its intention to abolish section 21 notices for private residential evictions.
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  January 23, 2019
As you may know, dilapidations is a term used to refer to damages or defects to a property which a tenant is generally legally obliged to put right at the end of their lease. Depending on the terms of the lease, where dilapidations do occur, it is likely that the tenant has breached various agreements, the most obvious being the repairing covenant.
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  August 10, 2018
On 1st October 2015 The Deregulation Act 2015 brought in a number of changes to the notice a landlord needed to give to obtain possession of its property pursuant to section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. This type of notice is commonly referred to as a section 21 notice. These changes related to tenancies commencing from 1st October 2015 onwards. Whilst these changes have now been in place for some time, on 1st October 2018 the intention is that these changes will apply to all tenancies, whether they were granted on or after 1st October 2015 or before.
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  April 28, 2017
Taking out a mortgage is a long-term commitment, and the UK mortgage market is one of the most competitive in the world.
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  November 9, 2016
The Immigration Act 2016 has introduced a new mandatory ground for possession where a tenant or occupier does not have a right to rent.
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