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Delayed Commencement of Specified Information Regulations Wales

Delayed Commencement of Specified Information Regulations in Wales

We previously reported some regulations that had been laid in the National Assembly for Wales in relation to specified information requirements for holding deposits in Wales.

The proposed commencement was 13 December 2019.

It has just been announced that those regulations are revoked as of today (10 December 2019) and a new set of regulations have been laid. The Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Holding Deposit) (Specified Information) (Wales) Regulations 2019 are similar in nature but do make some changes that are worthy of comment. Read more…

Council’s £31,500 HMO Fine Slashed by Tribunal

Council’s £31,500 HMO Fine Slashed by Tribunal

A shared house landlord who was wrongly fined £31,500 by a council over alleged fire safety breaches putting tenants at risk has won a legal challenge to reduce the penalty to just £3,300. Read more…

UK’s Top 25 Buy to Let Hot Spots

UK’s Top 25 Buy to Let Hot Spots

Property investment is all about location, location, location according to the experts. Read more…

Ground Rent Landlords Urged to Take Misselling Action

Ground Rent Landlords Urged to Take Misselling Action

Landlords saddled with hefty ground rent charges on homes they rent out are urged to sue their conveyancing landlords for giving poor advice. Read more…

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