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  • Writer's pictureElliot Leigh

Renters Reform Bill: Reformed Grounds for Possession


The Renter's Reform Bill was published on Wednesday 17th May, highlighting a number of proposed changes in support of both landlords and tenants in the private rental sector. Although not official until passed through Parliament (which could take on average 18 months), it's important for landlords to be aware of their future obligations.



With a big change being the abolishment of Section 21 (No fault evictions) and big changes to fixed term tenancy structures, below we have the entire overview of the proposed reformed grounds for possession.


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Renters Reform Bill - Reformed grounds for possession
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