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Tenant fees ban – just 135 days to go

Sheila Manchester
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Following the Third Reading in the House of Lords and the Bill is likely to receive Royal Assent in the coming weeks and come into force on 1st June.

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Tenancy law update: ASTs and ‘other’ lets

Frances Burkinshaw
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ASTs (Assured Shorthold Tenancies) were introduced in the Housing Act 1988; the Housing Act 1996 amended this legislation. Frances Burkinshaw discusses the impact on today’s lettings market.

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The tenant fees debacle

Carl Burgess
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The ban on tenant fees is, says Carl Burgess, Director at Winkworth Shepherd’s Bush, detrimental to those the Government is actually trying to help.

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Gazumping and the Government

Louise Jefferies
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Being gazumped is a worrying prospect for homebuyers, so many will be reassured by government plans to curtail it. However says Louise Jefferies, Director of Business Development at SDL Group, the measures…

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Listed buildings

Rob Desbruslais
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There are 400,000 buildings on the Historic England List so many estate agents will encounter them on a regular basis, but, says Rob Desbruslais, how much do you actually know about the…

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