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Our solicitor prepared Section 21 Notice is used to end a residential Assured Shorthold Tenancy either before or after the initial fixed term has ended. This is a mandatory document for any landlord wishing to regain possession.  

Latest News impacting Buy to Let Landlords

Introduced in 1933 by the Local Government Finance Act 1992, council tax is imposed on households in Britain based on the number of people living in the property and what its value would have been on April 1st 1991 (2005 in Wales). From this, the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) will give your home a valuation band which determines how much you will be required to pay. Use this quick link to find out which band your property belongs to. 

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On Friday 28th November MP’s heard a parliamentary bill aimed at putting an end to landlords ‘revenge evicting’ tenants who complained about their property.

That bill did not become law because two Conservative MPs filibustered and stopped the debate which would have ended in the bill becoming law. 

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Guarantors

By Brad Askew on 27/11/2014 with comments

A guarantor is someone who accepts liability on behalf of the tenant for things such as a failure to pay rent or damage to the property during the course of the tenancy.

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