Royal Court of Justice set to hear landlord campaign to overturn tax legislation introduced in 2015 Finance Act (No.2) by George Osborne
Landlords in England have just two weeks until they must begin checking the immigration status of new tenants.
A surprise upswing for the Conservatives has given them an unexpected majority in UK Parliament.
The planned introduction of Universal Credit has caused consternation among private landlords.
The deadline to protect deposits received prior to 6 April 2007, when deposit protection law came into force, is fast approaching.
Home Secretary Theresa May has heard concerns regarding new ‘right to rent’ legislation that will see landlords carry out checks that determine their prospective tenants’ right to reside in the UK.
New legislation means that landlords in England must use updated versions of certain prescribed forms.
Don’t miss our rundown of important changes to landlord law due to take effect in the coming weeks.
The Deregulation Bill 2015 has been passed into law, changing how landlords must deal with security deposits and section 21 evictions.
Change to Immigration Bill could stop disqualified tenants from living in landlord properties rent-free.