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Ban on Tenant Eviction Proceedings Extended

June 9, 2020
In a previous article, which is available here, Landlord & Tenant Law specialist at Holmes & Hills Solicitors, David Sodimu discussed the changes to the […]

The impact on landlords of the Coronavirus Act 2020

March 31, 2020
David Sodimu, Landlord & Tenant Law specialist at Holmes & Hills Solicitors, discusses the Government announcements impacting landlords. Following the rapid legal developments […]

The key stages of a Lease Extension

February 17, 2020
Are you a tenant considering a statutory lease extension, but feeling unsure of the process and time frames? Lease extension solicitor Callie […]

Landlords Concerned as Government Discuss Abolishing Section 21

April 17, 2019
Following the recent plans from the government to overcome barriers to longer tenancies in the private rented sector, private landlords […]

Right to Rent checks following the March 2019 High Court decision

March 6, 2019
Landlord solicitor at Holmes & Hills, David Sodimu, discusses the March 2019 High Court decision regarding Right to Rent checks. On […]

Changes to Section 21 notices coming in 2018

April 20, 2018
For those of you who are familiar with residential tenancy disputes, you will no doubt be aware that in order […]

Increasing the rent on your let property

November 30, 2016
Over recent years there has been much press coverage discussing the rising cost of renting. According to the Office for […]

Holmes & Hills Solicitors talk at National Landlords Association's event

August 2, 2016
David Dixey, Landlord & Tenant Law specialist at Holmes & Hills Solicitors was invited by the National Landlord Association (NLA) […]

Reminder to Landlords: New Rules Governing the Eviction of Tenants

July 6, 2016
Residential landlords with property let under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) need to be aware of legal changes which came […]

Landlords' obligations under 'right to rent' rules

July 5, 2016
Since 1st of February 2016 residential landlords with property in England are required to carry out enquiries to ensure potential […]
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