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Future Lettings Legislation

At Goadsby we regularly update our portfolio of landlords about any changes to lettings legislation.

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Are you ready for the new Electrical Safety regulations ?

LANDLORDS – Are you ready for the new Electrical Safety regulations that come into force at the start of April 2021?

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Pets in Properties

At the time of writing a Landlord is still within their rights to refuse a pet in their property, however, this could all change if the Government gets their way.

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Landlord Obligations

When letting a property landlords and tenants have different obligations to fulfil legal and contractual requirements.

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Latest Government Information Regarding Landlord Notice Periods

The Coronavirus Act 2020 provided protection to social and private tenants by delaying when landlords can evict tenants.

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Latest Government Information Regarding Landlord Notice Periods

Latest Government Information Regarding Landlord Notice Periods

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Deposits

The Housing Act 2004 requires landlords and letting agents to protect deposits on assured shorthold tenancies in a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme.

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Right To Rent

Effective from 1st February 2016 the Right to Rent is a check a landlord, agent or householder renting out property should make to ensure that the prospective tenants or occupants have a right to rent

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Smoke Alarms

The Building Regulations (1991) state that all properties built since June 1992 must be fitted with mains operated interlinked smoke detectors/alarms with at least one detector per floor level.

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A Landlord's Guide to Gas Safety

These regulations were introduced under the jurisdiction of Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (subsequently referred to as the “Act”) and are designed to provide standards for the installation and maintenance of the general provisions in the regulations for all new gas pipe work and appliance installations and conditions for ongoing maintenance.

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The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulation 1988 (Amended 1993)

The purpose and reason for these regulations is to reduce the incidence and possibility of death which can occur at a property when a fire takes place and the occupants are asphyxiated by the poisonous fumes produced from non-compliant furniture. To reinforce the seriousness of this matter the offence carries a punishment of six months imprisonment or a fine, which is currently £5000 or both.

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