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Smoke Alarms - new development

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I recently posted about the changes to landlord`s safety requirements to provide smoke detectors carbon monoxide alarms. On the 8th Sept the House of Lords refused to pass the Regulations saying that there hadn`t been consultation and agents/landlords hadn`t had enough time to comply. This means that the Regulations could end up being modified regarding the date all properties must comply. Nevertheless our advice is that all agents/landlords...

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Advance Warning

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Make a note in your diary that before October this year you will need to make sure your rented properties have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors (the latter if you have a solid fuel burning combustion fire) since finally it is becoming Law. I will be supplying them as a pack, using the ones with a 10 year sealed lithium battery, or can arrange fitting for you. Call me please for details

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Finally - Common Sense!

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The Deregulation Act brought about some important changes to the tenancy deposit protection laws, see here: When tenancies are replaced by a new fixed term tenancy or statutory periodic tenancy, new protection and prescribed information is not needed if the deposit has been correctly protected at the start and there is no change in tenant, landlord, premises, or tenancy deposit scheme. Deposits taken before 6 April 2007 where the...

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Don`t get it wrong...

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When hosting my free advice clinics for landlord`s and tenants one topic continually crops up and that is the confusion surrounding the implications of the Superstrike v Rodriguez court decision. Now I know that this should now really be old news but I still have to regularly correct and enlighten landlord`s on what action they should now be taking for not only new tenancies that they enter into but just as importantly for their...

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No Need For Change

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The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) regulations 2013 These Regulations are due to come into force on 13 June 2014 and will apply to all contracts that traders enter into with consumers after that date. The Regulations replace the provisions that are currently in place under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 and the Cancellation of Contracts Made in a ConsumerÔ??s Home or...

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