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The Renters Reform Bill

Isaac Craft raises a pivotal question in his debut piece for Property Law UK: Does the proposal to abolish no-fault evictions under section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 strike the right balance between landlords and tenants?    Section 21 is speed: it gives landlords an efficient solution to regain possession without having to provide a reason. Renters deserve a better deal, there are “twenty-five applicants per property on average, 1.2 million people on social housing waiting lists, [and] record…

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