David Smith (of Anthony Gold solicitors) is an old friend of the Landlord Law Blog. Yesterday he talked to me about the Housing Act 1988.
This is one of the most important acts for landlords as it regulates how most tenancies ‘work’.
In this podcast I talk to David about the types of tenancy covered by the act, and how the act affects shared houses, the increase of rent, periodic tenancies, and ending tenancies under sections 8 and 21.
We also talk a bit about the Court of Appeal decision in the case of Spencer v. Taylor which re-interprets the law on section 21 notices – if the decision is not overturned by the Supreme Court.
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