Evicting vulnerable tenant in hospital – Landlord Action response9:55 AM, 3rd July 2019
About 2 weeks ago 69
What if any are the legal implications to a landlord regarding insurance, mortgage and planning permission when a tenant becomes a foster carer?
I had this enquiry from a landlord today whose property we are managing. The tenant has seen in situ for over three years now and has always been a haphazard payer but has always come good in the end. She has applied to the local council/fostering agency to foster children in the rented property and this should also make her financial situation much more tenable.
I’ve not come across this before and suspect there will be no serious ramifications but I thought it would be prudent to ask the question.
Have any other Property1118 readers encountered this situation and what if anything should I be advising our client?
Any advice and guidance will be very much appreciated.
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