Ban on Residential Evictions, and 6 month notice periods, extended
There are some points of particular note within the Press Release, namely
- The ban on evictions from residential properties, and the requirement to provide 6 month notice periods (albeit see below regarding the exceptions to this requirements) will be extended until “at least” 31 May. That very much suggests that there is every possibility that the ban on evictions and/or the period during which Landlords are required to give Tenants 6 months notice to end the tenancy, could be extended further.
- There will continue to be exceptions to the requirement to give 6 months notice. We are yet to see any Regulations which provide the important details of the new extension, but it is anticipated that the exceptions set out in my previous blog will continue to apply.
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