NLCE Coronavirus update & response

Following the govts. confirmation that the UK is moving from the Containment to Delay phase, we’ve decided to postpone all of our landlord training courses until further notice. We hope to resume normal operation from May/June but we will keep our members & subscribers updated….

1st June 2019 Tenant Fee Ban becomes law

From the 1st June 2019 the Tenant Fee Bill becomes law. It basically means that landlords cannot charge tenants for anything except 1. Rent 2. Security deposit 3. Holding deposit Banned fees include: https://nlceuk.co.uk/2019/03/19/what-does-the-tenant-fee-ban-mean-to-landlords/ New Section 21 6a form The s21 6a form changes by law…

Homes (Fitness) Act: Updated Guidance

Today, new rules come into force about your duties as a landlord. Tenants will be able to send a form to a County Court if they think the property does not meet new standards of fitness. At the hearing, a judge may order you to…

What does the Tenant Fee Ban mean to Landlords?

As of 1st June 2019 the Tenant Fee Bill will become law. Does the tenant fee ban apply to Landlords? Absolutely So what does that mean for you as a Landlord? Basically you will not be able to charge tenants for anything except Rent, Security…

Universal Credit: Top tips for landlords

  (correct at time of publishing) >> More information for landlords on understanding Universal Credit and contacting DWP partnership teams << 30th April & 29th November, 14.00 – 17.00, Weston-Super-Mare. Join us, North Somerset Council & DWP representatives for an intensive afternoon on welfare reform…

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