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The Government introduced the Renters (Reform) Bill on May 17, following the White Paper, “A Fairer Private Rented Sector,” from June last year. The legislation aims to fulfill the 2019 manifesto pledge to eliminate section 21 evictions, empowering tenants to contest landlord misconduct without eviction fears. Additionally, it aims to streamline property recovery for landlords. This article examines the Bill's key provisions and assesses its potential to achieve its objectives.

Questions still to be answered; Renters Reform Bill

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