Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
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I have now had a response form Heather Wheeler MP, Minister for Housing and Homelessness, from my letter expressing the lack of justice in housing for landlords. You can read my points made in the series of readers articles below which started:
Letter to Gareth Johnson Member of Parliament for Dartford:
Dear Mr Johnson,
I’d like raise some concerns about justice, or rather the lack of it in Housing.
I operate my own business of recovering possession of mainly residential property for landlords who’s tenants have chosen to break their contract. Very similar if you like, to the criminals who choose to disregard criminal law, the defaulting tenants breach their contract (Tenancy agreement). There are only two options for a landlord to regain possession of ‘their’ property, despite the flagrant breach of contract which either through Section 8 of the Housing Act, or Section 21.
Please read the response below and see if you are feeling reassured?
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