Renters Reform –Part 3
30th Aug 2022

Renters Reform –Part 3

In recent articles we have looked in detail at various parts of the proposed Renters’ Reform Bill, including the loss of section 21; the proposal to have periodic tenancies only thereby getting rid of fixed term tenancies; court reforms and the difficulties that the proposals may cause in the student let market. The proposals in the white paper are wide ranging. In this final Renters’ Reform article we will briefly look at the remaining proposals. Abolishing of rent increase clauses There is no requirement to put a rent increase clause in a tenancy agreement. Many landlords decide not to, or ...

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