New rules apply to service a Section 21 notice on your tenant after October 2018
Having to evict a tenant is every landlords worst nightmare and it's often complex, our guides, section notices and know how will hopefully keep you on the right side of the law and lead to a successful case.
You can find yourself in deep trouble if you dispose of your tenant's good incorrectly. This article explains how you should do it.
From 1 February 2016 all tenancies in England are subject to the Right to Rent scheme under Part 3 of the Immigration Act 2014.
In a rare piece of good news for private landlords in 2016 the supreme court has concluded that proportionality is not required when evicting under Section 21.
I was recently instructed on an interesting case defending a prosecution for a series of HMO offences by a London borough with a substantial licencing scheme. The property was illegally sub-let which meant that the landlord was in breach of his existing licence conditions. The prosecution was defended at trial and the local authority withdrew all charges.
Rent to rent can be a minefield at the best of times, but you should beware of that fact that it now seems to be attracting some real sharks.