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  1. The government is about to put forward another new law that will once again make them very unpopular with landlords. There are currently plans being put forward (currently at the consultation stage) to introduce mandatory 3-year tenancies for all tenants within the private residential sector. What this means: Landlords - Longer tenancy agreements would mean a longer period of time for eviction of troublesome tenants. - With this in mind, under the new proposal, there would be a 6-month probationary period where the landlord can request termination of the tenancy a
  2. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/238071 10k signatures = govt must respond 100k signatures = debate in parliament
  3. Hi all, You may already have seen the Law Society's comments and subsequent news coverage of the latest amendment to the Finance Bill 2016. Clauses 77 and 78 give rise to an income tax liability for property disposals in the United Kingdom. The Law Society was concerned that: the clauses were introduced hastily and with no formal public consultation; and the wording of the clauses implies that buy-to-let investors could be affected If so, property disposals could attract income tax bills as high as 45%, rather than capital gains tax bills of 28%. We have covered the topic in depth
  4. Having just seen the news about the junior doctors managing to crowd fund enough cash to appoint lawyers to challenge the Government over their imposed contracts, I wondered whether we landlords should consider doing something similar regarding the latest budget changes to prevent us from offsetting mortgage costs against profits. Assuming something like this isn't already set up of course! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35959865
  5. Hello all, A quick reminder that the government consultation on the expansion of mandatory HMO licensing closes this evening. If you wish to make your views known, you have until 11:45 this evening to respond. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HMO_Licensing Best wishes
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