Ending flexible tenancies – a reminder – NearlyLegal

Posted February 25th, 2015 in costs, forfeiture, housing, landlord & tenant, news by sally

‘We don’t usually (indeed ever) repost previous material on NL. But I’m making an exception for this one, because I think it is timely. Flexible tenancies have been in existence for a while in some boroughs and I would expect that it is round about now that possession proceedings for a fault based grounds (rather than the end of the term and non-renewal of the flexible tenancy) would be starting to happen. I haven’t seen any yet, but my local boroughs don’t have flexible tenancies.’

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NearlyLegal, 24th February 2015

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