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Landlords face jail over Right to Rent breaches

05 October, 20161 Comments
Landlords that knowingly rent out property to people who have no right to rent in the UK could be sent to prison. A Conserative Party Conference speech, given by the Home Secretary, has revealed that from December landlords who ignore the Right to Rent rules (brough in this February) will be committing a criminal offence
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What is Selective Licensing in the private rented sector?

14 September, 20160 Comments
Under the Housing Act 2004, local authorities currently have powers to introduce selective licensing of privately rented homes to address problems in their area, or any part of them, caused by one or more of the following conditions: low housing demand (or is likely to become such an area) a significant and persistent problem caused by
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Alternatives to selective licensing in the private rented sector: a guide for landlords

24 August, 20165 Comments
Following last weeks selective licensing victory for the private rented sector, we are now hearing from landlords all around the country who want to fight against selective licensing being implemented in their area but don’t know where to start or how to get the ball rolling. Sponsored by TR Lettings Online, Tenant Referencing UK led the Somerset
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