Following the government’s announcement of the temporary measures to restrict landlords serving statutory demands and presenting winding up petitions in relation to rent arrears arising as a consequence of Coronavirus, Rachel and Kelly take a brief look at the role that insolvency proceedings plays in the landlord and tenant relationship. Kelly also gives a brief overview of statutory demands, winding up petitions, light touch administrations and CVAs.
Video: Landlord’s guide to insolvency proceedings
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