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Bbc London 15 June, Tenants Getting Just A Few Days Notice

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I thought the law had changed to give 7 weeks notice when a landlord is repo'd ? Or is that on BTL mortgages only? BBC London was showing a family evicted after the mortgage co found out landlord on a resi mortgage not a btl, they had to move out in a few days, they rented through a letting agency, so -

--can they sue the letting agency & the council who were tied in with the letting agy?

--can they sue the landlord?

--why has the law not been changed already to give innocent tenants 7 weeks ntq?

You get a letter saying Notice of Eviction, stamped Do Not Ignore, usually. Then thats it. A nightmare.

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It's all coming home to roost now. I don't remember hearing stories about lenders taking this sort of action in HPI days, in fact they couldn't give a monkeys about anything.

If the LL failed to tell the Bank he was letting what is the odds he told the Inland Revenue?

Rogue LLs prepare to be spanked!

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Could be scare mongering, i'm not really sure. I didn't think it made much difference whether you were renting on BTL or OO from the tenant's perspective but I may be wrong.

Clearly it stinks though. Typically of this country and the way it treats tenants though.

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