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1 (Finally some) good news for landlords
2 Residential landlords given go ahead to use no fault eviction procedure after late service of gas safety certificates
3 Court of Appeal rules in favour of landlord in section 21 notice gas safety case
4 Residential landlords
5 A stark reminder for landlords in relation to gas safety
6 Gas Safety Records and Section 21 notices: where do things stand now?
7 On Appeal: Cases for landlords to look out for in 2020
8 Date set for Court of Appeal case on Gas Safety Certificates and Section 21 Notices
9 Gas Safety Legal Challenge by Landlord
10 Trecarrel House Limited v Rouncefield
11 Court of Appeal grants landlord permission to appeal in section 21 notice gas safety case
12 Gas safety certificate must be provided before start of residential tenancy
13 A bar to serving section 21 notices for receivers
14 Changes to Section 21 Notice from 1 June 2019
15 Legal challenge on when to provide gas safety certificates to be heard in Court of Appeal
16 Gas certificates | Section 21 | Simple Landlords
17 Tenant trouble
18 Court case shows agents must be scrupulous in issuing...
19 How a gas safety checks ruling will make it more difficult to evict tenants
20 Clarification still demanded as to when agents can serve prescribed information to tenants
21 Inside Harlow's office block 'human warehouse' housing
22 1st June 2019 – the end of tenant fees
23 Sitemap