“A social landlord could not vary its tenancy agreement unilaterally; excluding changes in rent, any variation would need the agreement in writing of both parties.”
The Times, 9th June 2008
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“The procedure in s 103 of the Housing Act 1985 could not be used by a registered social landlord to vary the terms of a tenancy agreement unilaterally. Excluding changes in rent, any variation would need the agreement in writing of both parties.”
WLR Daily, 5th June 2008
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