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The End of Section 21? Everything you need to know

Part of the Housing Act 1988, Section 21 gives landlords the right to evict tenants without giving any reason at the end
of their fixed tenancy or break clause date.

As of 15th March 2019, the government announced they would be scrapping Section 21. Although it hasn't happened yet, we take a look at what has been said and what the background is for the proposed changes.

Is the end of Section 21 good or bad for the industry?  Our FREE fact sheet The End of Section 21? covers:

  • What changes, if any, have been proposed?
  • Who has said what?
  • What are the facts and figures behind the proposed changes?
  • What do you need to do to serve a Section 21 notice to tenants?

You can download the quick guide for free by filling in the form to the right ➡ 

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