The Tenant Fees Act 2019 commences from 1 June 2019 and applies to England only (for the time being as it has the ability to extend to Wales).
The Act controls what payments a landlord or letting … more
Are you a residential landlord, potential landlord or property agent operating in Nottingham or the wider East Midlands? If so, why not join EMPO's residential landlord networking lunch on Friday … more
the below article is quoted from the NLA website https://landlords.org.uk/support-advice/april-2019-changes-to-section-21 (7th May 2019 09.35am)
Following the Government announcement … more
Our colleagues over at Unipol Student Homes have worked with a solictor, Hilary Cook, to provide a useful presentation on the new Tenant Fees Act 2019 and how it will impact landlords who rent … more
Landlord Event Agenda
24 May 2019
10:35 EMPO (Landlord Legislation Update)
11:10 Shorts Accountants (Landlords and Tax)
11:50 DASH & NLA (Tenant Fee ban and … more
POST EVENT UPDATE (18 … more
00:01 April 15, 2019
Consultation on abolition comes with offer to landlords of an amended Section 8 and quicker court proceedings.
Government is … more
The Tenant Fees Act bans letting fees paid by tenants in the private rented sector and caps tenancy deposits in England.
The aim of the Tenant Fees Act is to provide tenants with a more realistic … more
The Fitness for Human Habitation Act 2018 came into force this week (20th March 2018)
This means that from now, landlords (or agents acting on their behalf) in England must ensure their … more
Yesterday Housing Minister Heather Wheeler announced the publication of two new guidance documents:
· 1 for local authority enforcement … more