Landlords in Wales can accept viewings and let tenants move if homes are empty as the coronavirus pandemic ban is partly lifted.
As previously reported, from 1 June 2020, new electrical regulations requiring periodic inspection and testing commenced for almost all rented property in England.
However, there is some confusion when the “first” inspection and test report must be conducted especially in relation to a “new tenancy” which started from 1 June 2020.
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The latest amended version of the The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020 have been published.
As previously announced, they include provisions relating to moving home and ancillary services such as preparing a home for rent or conducting viewings.
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