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OFFICIAL: Post-ban ‘evictions tsunami’ has failed to materialise

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Landlord possession actions dropped significantly during the months after the bailiff eviction ban ended compared with pre-Covid times, new government figures show.

Ministers can’t say how successful Fitness for Habitation act has been

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The government says it is not tracking how many landlords have been prosecuted under the Homes (Fitness for Habitation) Act 2018 suggesting...

BREAKING: Ministry launches tool to help landlords and tenants solve repair...

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A new online that enables tenants in the private rented sector to resolve property repair disputes with their landlord or letting agent...

LATEST: Landlords waiting 37 weeks longer to evict tenants, official figures...

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Landlord repossessions took an average of nearly 58 weeks in the first quarter of the year, up from 21 weeks during the...

BREAKING: Ministry of Justice consults on increasing some court fees for...

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The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is planning to increase the fees it charges landlords to obtain warrants in order to evict, both...

BREAKING: Government data shows Covid evictions tsunami has not happened

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Warnings by many tenant charities that there would be a surge of evictions following the partial lifting of the repossessions ban in...

£3m government-backed pilot mediation service for evictions begins

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The government has launched its much-anticipated Housing Possession Mediation Scheme for landlords and tenants, provided by The Society of Mediators (SoM) at...

Government reveals new evictions mediation service for landlords and tenants

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A government-funded national mediation service has been announced that, it is claimed, will reduce the number of landlords and tenants fighting it...

LATEST: Private landlords making majority of possession claims

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Figures just out from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) reveal that private landlords have become the most common instigators of possession claims...