National Residential Landlords Association

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A woman who suffers from psychiatric problems has lost a human rights battle at the Supreme Court to stop her home from being possessed. Five justices at the UK's highest court unanimously dismissed an appeal by 45-year-old Fiona McDonald, whose home in Witney, Oxfordshire, was bought by her parents

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MPs have approved measures that will give greater protection to responsible landlords wanting to evict illegal immigrants. Right to Rent checks became a legal requirement for landlords throughout England to carry out on tenants from February this year. The requirement has been seen by many landlords

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A judgement in a court case involving Ryanair may significantly reduce the UK government’s ability to enforce its ‘Right to Rent’ policy, according to the Residential Landlords Association (RLA). In a case involving the airline appealing against fines imposed for carrying illegal immigrants in

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John Blackwood Scottish landlords met with senior UK government officials in London yesterday to urge them to rethink planned tax changes for private landlords.

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The complexity of the UK government’s plans to make private sector landlords legally responsible for checking the immigration status of their tenants is seeing lawful tenants being refused housing, according new research. Having been piloted in the West Midlands, the government announced last mont

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John Blackwood Tax changes from the UK government could result in an increase in private rents and leave tenants facing homelessness, the Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) has warned.

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Greg Clark Landlords across the UK will be expected to evict tenants who lose the right to live in the UK under new measures to clamp down on illegal immigration.

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