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  • CIH- Leading the Way in Housing Law Training


    Both were asked a number of questions about the impacts of Welfare Reform on the housing sector and if there are likely to increased number of possession orders as a result of the housing benefit and support for mortgage interest changes. In

  • Helping you develop a tenancy policy


    We have also noticed some interesting initial trends arising from organisations who say that they are likely to use fixed term tenancies: •  Although they are being used for a variety of purposes, the most common overall approach seems to be to

  • Frequently asked questions about tenancy reform: Part two


    There is also an expectation that the landlord will provide advice and assistance to help the tenant to find alternative accommodation. Depending on the circumstances, this might involve making direct offers of alternative accommodation, helping the

  • Frequently asked questions about tenancy reform


    Arrangements for transfers and mutual exchanges involving households with a fixed term tenancy are set out in full in the practical implications of tenancy reform . However in summary, an existing secure or assured tenant will retain their security