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Crowd Funding Legal Challenge To Fls/htb, Is It Possible ?

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Just out of interest, for anyone with any legal knowledge.

Is it possible to challenge the government legally to stop FLS ( for BTLs) and HTB ?

Is it possible to crowd fund it ?

I'd imagine a lot of young people might be interested in forcing the government to stop helping them.

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The only way to challenge legislation is to apply for a judicial review, but that would only be granted on the grounds of it being contrary to any related EU regulations that it is signed up to e.g. the human rights charter. So the short answer is no you cant stop a legitimately elected UK government from implementing pretty much whatever legislation it likes.

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The only way to challenge legislation is to apply for a judicial review, but that would only be granted on the grounds of it being contrary to any related EU regulations that it is signed up to e.g. the human rights charter. So the short answer is no you cant stop a legitimately elected UK government from implementing pretty much whatever legislation it likes.

What about using Article 8 of the ECHR to challenge the conditions in the PRS as being against the right to a private and family life? How can 2 months notice in the PRS be consistent with Article 8, let alone half the other things, (not being able to decorate in many rental properties, landlords able to evict without needing a reason etc) in the PRS?

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The only way to challenge legislation is to apply for a judicial review, but that would only be granted on the grounds of it being contrary to any related EU regulations that it is signed up to e.g. the human rights charter. So the short answer is no you cant stop a legitimately elected UK government from implementing pretty much whatever legislation it likes.

Thanks.

Isn't pricing young people out of having a place to live against their human rights ?

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