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The end of Section 21 notices

It was officially confirmed during the government’s Queen’s Speech that no-fault Section 21 evictions will be abolished at some point in the future. Whilst very little other information has been provided about the specifics of this being done, we fully expect a reform of eviction proceedings to be included as part of this change. With…

Reposit: The Deposit Alternative

Recent legislative changes mean that tenancy deposits are now capped at an amount equal to 5-weeks’ rent. Whilst this is usually enough to deal with most end-of-tenancy issues, some Landlords may wish to have additional cover. We have recently teamed up with Reposit in order to offer an alternative for traditional deposits. If you opt-in…

Government proposes largest tenure reform in thirty years!

The government has said it wants to ban outright Section 21 ‘no fault’ eviction powers in England and Wales. Instead landlords seeking to evict tenants would have to use Section 8, which can be implemented when a tenant has fallen into rent arrears, has been involved in criminal or antisocial behaviour or has broken terms…