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Clarification provided for residential landlords regarding tenancy notice periods

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With several updates and changes in recent months, it’s understandable that residential landlords may be feeling slightly confused about where they stand regarding their possession proceedings or the notice periods. The good news is that the 3 months...

Amendments to possession proceedings due to come into force

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Further to The Civil Procedure (Amendment No.2) (Coronavirus) Rules 2020, that were introduced in June 2020, possession proceedings were stayed again up to 23 August 2020. With this deadline soon approaching and the coronavirus restrictions continuing...

Tenant evictions and gas safety certificate warning for landlords

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Landlords are breathing a sigh of relief over the news that a Court has allowed an eviction notice despite a copy of the gas safety certificate not being provided before the tenancy started. Mollie Leak , Litigation and Dispute Resolution ...

New Electrical Safety Standards for Landlords

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Whilst the last few months have mainly focused on the impact of Covid-19, it is important that landlords are still aware of changes that are coming into force this year. Mollie Leak , a Solicitor in our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team , explains...

Further Guidance On Delays For Possession Proceedings

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Over the recent months there have been many changes in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. These have included changes for individuals, businesses, landlords and tenants. Recently, further guidance has been released from Government on the stay of evictions for...

Guidance for residential landlords during the Covid-19 Outbreak

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The last couple of weeks have been ones of change for individuals, businesses, landlords and tenants as we adjust to a new way of life in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Guidance has been released from Government on how this impacts landlords and tenants, in...

What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?

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In most cases where there is a dispute between business parties, it is likely that you will be told to try and resolve matters through Alternative Dispute Resolution. Mollie Leak , Solicitor within our Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution ...