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The government has announced plans to end the eviction ban. This includes bringing back bailiff-enforced evictions and reducing notice periods from the beginning of June. Bailiff enforcement and eviction ban On Wednesday 12

The past month has been a busy one for buy-to-let news. Stamp Duty extensions were announced in the Budget and the end of the eviction ban has been delayed yet again. Pre-pandemic, Spring

We're a month into 2021 and it's already looking to be a jam-packed year for landlords and letting agents. As we all know by now, the lettings industry can be unpredictable at the

The government have extended the stay on possession proceedings and increased eviction notice periods to 6 months. Extended stay on possession proceedingsCourt proceedings after 20th September6-month eviction notice periodsExemptions to 6-month notice periods6-month

The government have made a last-minute decision to extend the eviction 'ban' for another four weeks and introduce six-month notice periods until 31st March 2021. Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has stated: “I know

Back in July, the government announced changes to eviction processes in England and Wales. These temporary measures aim to help the courts cope with the influx of possession proceedings once the 'eviction ban'

What is a Section 21 notice? Serving a Section 21 notice is currently the only way for a landlord to seek possession where the tenant is either not in breach of the tenancy or

Residential lettings can be confusing. With over 160 laws and regulations related to renting, there's a lot of complicated jargon thrown around. Landlords and tenants can not be expected to know every lettings

Understanding suspended possession orders For the vast majority of landlords, their tenancies end amicably or not so amicably upon the expiry of a tenant’s notice or a landlord’s section 21 notice. In a