Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, often termed “no fault eviction,” granted landlords the autonomy to evict tenants without specifying a reason, provided a two-month notice was served. However, […]
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On Thursday 20th July 2023, significant reforms to Social Housing were ushered in when the Government’s Social Housing (Regulation) Act 2023 (‘the Act’) was granted Royal Assent. Adel Jibs &
If you are a council tenant and you want a loved one to succeed to your tenancy (meaning that they would take over the tenancy after you pass away), it
Discretionary Housing Payment At our firm, we deal with many cases in which our client is dealing with being evicted from their property, mostly due to being in rent arrears.
Tenant and Landlord dispute at times can be extremely messy and can go on for a long time if not handled properly. The relationship between tenants and landlord become strained