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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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Letting Agent Fined For HMO Offences


Tuesday, June 25, 2013

A letting agent has been fined £41,200 (GBP) by Watford Magistrates court after they failed to comply with safety regulations and admitted a string of offences at five Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMO’s). It is the first time Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has prosecuted a letting agent rather than a landlord and the council also said it [...]


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Illegal Eviction Means Prison


Monday, October 15, 2012

A landlord from Sheffield has been sentenced to 9 months in prison for taking the law into his own hands and forcefully removing a tenant from his rental property, instead of following legal procedures or appointing a qualified tenant eviction specialist. The landlord, Jay Allen, had not applied for a court order and had not [...]


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UK PRS Landlords May Be Unable To Evict Tenants Under Human Rights Law


Friday, April 20, 2012

Landlords in the UK Private Rented Sector (PRS) face a new threat to their livelihood following a ruling by the Supreme Court. UK landlords may be unable to pursue the eviction of tenants who have failed to pay their rent or who have committed anti-social behaviour as a result of the Supreme Court ruling. Hounslow [...]


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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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Recover Rent Arrears


Wednesday, November 30, 2011

When bad tenants face eviction for excessive rent arrears, they often think they can move out without ever paying the landlord their due rent. This is not the case! Many UK landlords may not be aware but they are still entitled to claim any rent arrears owed to them by evicted tenants for up to [...]


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