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Video: possession proceedings – what happens now?
In our earlier article we gave you the details of what the stay on possession proceedings coming to an end means for landlords and …
What happens when possession proceedings recommence?
No this is not déjà vu – this is an article in anticipation of the stay on possession proceedings coming to an end.
The stay …
Residential tenancy notice periods extended – in most cases…
Eviction notices just got more complicated for residential landlords. Get the details in our brief summary.
Extension to stay on possession action announced
Following Coronavirus legislation, which imposed a stay on possession claims, it had previously announced that these would be able to resume from 24 August …
Restrictions on landlord action to end this summer
With government confirming that the ban on evictions and possession proceedings will end before the summer’s out, here’s what you need to know to prepare.
Gas safety checks and S21 – the Court of Appeal speaks
The Court of Appeal has sided with private landlords in a case which threatened the way they could repossess properties. It’s an important judgment, which closes a legal loophole that previously prevented landlords from serving a Section 21 (S21) notice to terminate a tenancy.
Ban on evictions extended for a further two months
It has been announced that there will be an extension to the current suspension on possession actions until the 23 August. Here our property litigation lawyers explain the impact on landlords and tenants.
Government’s controversial immigration bill pulled from second reading in the Commons
Employment lawyer Amy Sergison explains the government’s latest guidance on immigration and what happens after we leave the EU on 31 January 2020.
Landlord’s repairing obligations during the coronavirus
Sarah Barratt and Rachel Templemen discuss the existing landlord repairing obligations, the new obligations imposed by the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018.
Has COVID-19 frustrated my contract?
To say coronavirus has been frustrating would be the understatement of the century, but its impact may have legally ‘frustrated’ your contracts. So, what exactly does that mean and could it free your business from its obligations as a result?