Sarah Barratt and Rachel Templemen discuss the existing landlord repairing obligations, the new obligations imposed by the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, and the impact of coronavirus on complying with those obligations. They cover undertaking gas safety checks, complying with the disrepair pre-action protocol and ensuring tenants and properties are safe and fit for habitation.
Landlord’s repairing obligations during the coronavirus
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