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Consultation proposing ban on using section 21 notice

Consultation on Proposals to Ban Section 21 Published (England)

During April 2019, the government announced an intention to ban the use of section 21 notices for the private rented sector in England.

The long-awaited consultation following that announcement has today been published titled “A new deal for renting: resetting the balance of rights and responsibilities between landlords and tenants”. Read more…

Tenancy Agreement

Tenancy Builder Updated – Now Includes Break Clause Option

Despite us disliking break clauses greatly (this statement is toned down from our true feelings), it’s one of the most common requests to be inserted into our tenancy agreements.

We have therefore given in to the pressure and today, we have updated the Tenancy Builder with a new option of adding a break clause. Read more…

Housing health and safety rating system

Health and Safety Revamp Ahead for HMO Landlords

Housing minister Heather Wheeler wants to simplify the health and safety ratings process for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs). Read more…

Johnson Wants to Make Sellers Pay Stamp Duty

Johnson Wants to Make Sellers Pay Stamp Duty

Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson wants to make sellers pay stamp duty instead of buyers. Read more…

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