Renters Reform back on again
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DPT
DPT
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in the last couple of days, the NRLA news section has detailed a number of MP amendments to the Bill that are expected to appear and that the Bill will return after Easter. You can read it here: www.nrla.org.uk/news/renters-reform-amendments

There is a slightly longer list on the Nearly Legal Blog here: nearlylegal.co.uk/2024/03/news-bits-renters-reform-bill-reformed-hhj-luba-kc-retirement/

Notablly, the NRLA list identifies "A commitment to a full review of the courts before ending section 21 for existing tenancies". However, the Nearly Legal list states "The Lord Chancellor will be required to publish an assessment of the readiness of the courts before the abolition of section 21. (I’m not sure this has any real significance, as there would not be a further vote or approval required, but it is delay.)" which I don't think is the same thing at all. 

 

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