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wear and tear expenses changes
Jun 30 2016

Landlords are your contracts legal

Landlords, are your contracts legal?   We have started to notice that many landlords to not have a formal tenancy agreement in place and are either relying on a gentleman’s agreement or a contract that is not legally binding, all well and good until something goes wrong....

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Jun 07 2016

Refusing Benefit Tenants not Unlawful

It seems that it is not unlawful to refuse tenants that are claiming housing benefit. A recent House of Commons briefing report: “Can private landlords refuse To Let to Housing Benefit Claimants?”  found that it is not unlawful discrimination for a landlord or letting agent...

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May 31 2016

Rogue Birmingham landlord fined £24k

Rogue Birmingham landlord fined £24k after putting lives of tenants at risk A landlord who has property in Birmingham was recently fined £24k for failing to obtain a HMO license and multiple breaches of the HMO Management Regulations. It was reported that the property was a...

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May 31 2016

Landlords avoiding benefits tenants

Landlords avoiding benefits tenants due to Osborne's tax changes It makes sense that landlords are now looking to house tenants less likely to miss rental payments in order to minimise the impact of a number of tax changes to the Private Rented Sector (PRS). This...

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May 26 2016

Estate agent steals £30k and only pays back £1300

Estate agent, pockets nearly £30,000 and lavishing it on luxury holidays to Las Vegas and Egypt Yet another rogue individual within the property industry. A estate agent left tenants facing eviction and landlords unpaid after pocketing nearly £30,000 and splashing out on two luxury holidays. Nicholas Dowse...

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