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11:41 AM, 23rd June 2021, Less than a minute ago|
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The Right to rent ‘Landlord’s Guidance’ has been updated to reflect the change in legislation due to come into force on the 1st July 2021. The legislation will change the way landlords carry out right to rent checks on EEA citizens. The updated guidance is available on GOV.UK: Click here. Where checks are carried out before the 1st July 2021, EEA citizens may continue to evidence their right to rent using their EEA passport or national identity card. Whilst you may encourage

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10:40 AM, 23rd June 2021, About An hour ago|
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We moved from our main home in late 2019 to a new home, so we paid an additional 3% stamp duty for our new home, and we have rented out our previous home since then. Recently we have sold our previous home to a Limited company (we are the directors of the company, but the house was sold at the market value and Ltd company paid 3% stamp duty as well) and we are thinking of applying for repayment of the higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax but looking at the form on gov.uk website th
22:00 PM, 22nd June 2021, About 14 hours ago|
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You couldn't make this up. The neighbour to one of my houses I've owned 22 years asked Nottingham Council to maintain their trees close to his house. Nottingham Council said Not our trees, they're that Landlord Mr Roberts. I of course said Not mine, they're the Council's. Nottm Council went to Notts Council, and they couldn't decide amongst themselves and their army of Legal experts and solicitors who owned it-Obviously can't read Legal documents, so the Council wrote back to the
11:02 AM, 22nd June 2021, About A day ago|
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10:41 AM, 22nd June 2021, About A day ago|
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10:33 AM, 22nd June 2021, About A day ago|
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9:25 AM, 22nd June 2021, About A day ago|
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Hello, Could anyone help please, I have recently taken advantage of the excellent tax planning structure offered by Property118. I have started to remortgage some of my properties in the new structure, however, some of the conveyancing fees being charged seem on the high side....
17:00 PM, 21st June 2021, About 2 days ago|
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Bailiffs arrive at Last! SO after serving notice for non-payment of rent on 1st November 2019 (Long before Covid-19 was even invented) and after a full year of waiting, a court date was finally set for 18 March 2021, at which the judge ruled for an eviction two weeks later on 1st April 2021 (AND that bailiffs could be called before the 30 June cut-off if necessary)....
19:02 PM, 19th June 2021, About 4 days ago|
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There are several ways to split rental income for tax planning purposes, the two most popular being a Declaration of Trust or one of many form of Partnership. The concept is to transfer rental profits to a lower rate tax-payer....
13:03 PM, 18th June 2021, About 5 days ago|
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Solutions for landlords with a Section 24 tax problem. First though, let’s take a look at what Section 24 tax is and why it’s so unfair. The following Case Study explains why so many property rental business owners are considering incorporation...