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Under new plans proposed, private landlords will not be able to evict tenants at short notice without good reason.
Under current legislation, landlords are able to evict tenants by serving a S.21 notice, most commonly known as “two month’s notice”. Landlords do not have to provide a reason for evictions provided they have complied with the necessary legal requirements, which go beyond placing the deposit in a scheme.
Under the proposed plans, landlords would have to provide concrete, evidenced reasons specified in law in order to bring the tenancy to an end. Unless the reasons can be demonstrated to the Court, possession may not be granted.Read more…
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