The government seems intent on rushing through legislation relating to the Private Rented Sector with very little warning or consultation. The Assured Shorthold Tenancy Notices and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015 (“the regulations”) come into force today. Among other things, these provide the new prescribed form of the “no fault” Section 21 Notice (s.21 notice) which is used in the majority of residential repossession proceedings. As referred to it the CLA Guidance Note GN42-15 (which this Guidance Note replaces),the government’s original prescribed form contained an error.
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