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Is Rent Protection Behind Fall In Number Of PRS Repossession Claims?


Thursday, February 19, 2015

More PRS Landlords Using Rent Protection Insurance To Avoid Rent Arrears There has been a significant increase in the number of UK landlords using Rent Protection insurance to guarantee continuous rental income from tenants during the course of a typical tenancy in the private rental sector (PRS). New figures published by the Ministry of Justice [...]


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Faster Evictions For Anti Social Tenants


Thursday, November 6, 2014

New Fast-Track Evictions For Anti Social Tenants UK private rental sector and social housing landlords have been granted new powers in order to speed up the eviction process for anti-social tenants. The changes in the eviction process are designed to make it easier for landlords to secure a possession order for the rented property, a [...]


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Outstanding Debt Recovery Services


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Recovering Rental Debt From Tenants Couldn’t Be Easier There are occasions when landlords write off unpaid rent from tenants, just because they are happy to get their rental property back after going through the tenant eviction process. However, there is no excuse for allowing tenants to get away from the debts that they have accrued [...]


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Why Tenant Evictions Should Be Handled By Experts


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

62% Of Landlord DIY Evictions Are Incorrect Landlords should use tenant eviction specialists rather than attempting to do things themselves, after new research discovered that almost two in three tenant eviction notices served on private rental sector tenants contained errors. New research discovered that 62% of the legal paperwork and official section 8 and section [...]


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Important Changes To Deposit Protection Schemes


Tuesday, April 9, 2013

There are now four authorised deposit protection schemes in the UK: The addition of a fourth deposit protection company could create even more confusion in the UK courts as there are different rules and regulations that must be followed for each provider. The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS), Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS) and mydeposits have been [...]


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Deposits the New Defence to Section 21


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The decision in Suurpere-v-Nice (2011) confirms that the prescribed information must be complied with and if this is not done landlords could be subject to sanction when before the Courts


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