Landlords allowed to remedy breach before serving section 21 Notice

Landlords are able to regain possession of properties let under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy by serving a notice in accordance with section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. Previously two months’ notice was adequate in most circumstances, however this has been temporarily increased by the Coronavirus Act 2020 to a minimum of three months’ notice. […]

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Woodfines Covid-19 Podcasts #1

In addition to our articles and blogs we will be releasing regular podcasts featuring the latest Covid-19 updates from all our sectors. In our first episode we look at how Covid-19 is affecting employment, commercial contracts and updates to commercial landlords and tenants with Maria Gallucci and Maria Koureas-Jones.

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Tenancy Fees Banned | Woodfines Solicitors

Tenant Fees Banned

The Tenant Fees Act received the Royal assent recently, and sets out the Government’s approach to banning letting fees paid by tenants in the private rented sector and capping tenancy deposits in England. The aim of the Act is to reduce the costs that tenants can face at the outset, and throughout a tenancy, and […]

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