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Fitness for Human Habitation bill becomes law

Fitness for Human Habitation bill becomes law

On 20th December 2018 The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) bill gained Royal Assent. The new law requires both private and social landlords to provide tenants with residential properties that are fit for human habitation.

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by Patrick Garratt - 7th January 2019
Deposits to be capped at 5 weeks rent

Deposits to be capped at 5 weeks rent

Deposits will be capped at five weeks' rent, the government has decided. This U-turn on the Tenant Fee Bill goes against their decision from earlier this year.

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by Patrick Garratt - 6th December 2018
New guide explains mandatory licensing regulations

New guide explains mandatory licensing regulations

How many rental properties are licensed will change on 1st October. The government has published a guide in preparation for this date, It offers advice what will change and how these changes will be policed by the local authorities.

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by Patrick Garratt - 22nd June 2018
Tenant Fee Bill published

Tenant Fee Bill published

The tenant fees bill, which will ban letting agents and landlords from charging tenants unnecessary fees, is one step closer to law. Managing Director, Patrick Garratt, looks at what this means for landlords.

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by Patrick Garratt - 3rd May 2018

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