Landlords in the UK have welcomed the “important” concessions made by ministers about how repossessions cases in the rental market will be handled from the 20 September. The National Residential Landlords Associations (NRLA) lobbied after the Government U-turned on its plan for such cases to be heard again from 23 August.

New regulations will mean landlords will only need to give tenants who have committed anti-social behaviour four weeks’ notice of their intention to repossess a property. Those who have committed acts of domestic violence will only need to be given two weeks’ notice.

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