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Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – March 2021 The Government has taken early action to further extend the ban on bailiffs enforcing Warrants of Possession [carried out by Court bailiffs after a tenant has ignored a Possession Order] on Residential...
Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – February 2021 It will come as no surprise to Residential Landlords that regulations relating to the removal of tenants have been extended again. The ban on enforcing Warrants of Possession [carried out by Court...
The impact of COVID-19 on enforcement

The impact of COVID-19 on enforcement

The impact of COVID-19 on enforcement Obtaining a County Court Judgment (CCJ) is the first step in enforcing a debt against the debtor. Once a CCJ has been obtained, the judgment creditor will need to take the necessary steps to enforce their Judgment to recover the...
Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021

Coronavirus Update for Residential Landlords – January 2021 Residential Landlords are only too aware of the longstanding issues since the beginning of COVID in 2020 that has prevented effective action against tenants who are in rent arrears. The ability to...
Restrictive Covenants on land and the perils of ignoring them

Restrictive Covenants on land and the perils of ignoring them

Restrictive Covenants on land and the perils of ignoring them We have previously reported on the dangers of assuming that if you get your planning permission, you can disregard the restrictive covenants preventing building; on the basis that if anyone does make a fuss...