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Landlords will no longer be able to evict people at short notice without good reason under plans to create “open-ended tenancies”.

Theresa May will bring an end to "no fault" evictions which give tenants as little as eight weeks' notice after their fixed term contract has come to an end.

Landlords will instead have to take tenants to court and provide “legitimate reasons” for removing people from their properties.

The Government said it was taking action to end no-fault evictions because it is one of the biggest causes of family homelessness. 

However landlords warned that the reforms posed “serious dangers” and could lead to fewer people putting their homes up to rent. 

The Prime Minister said:...

Landlords will no longer be able to evict people at short notice without good reason under plans to create “open-ended tenancies”.

Theresa May will bring an end to "no fault" evictions which give tenants as little as eight weeks' notice after their fixed term contract has come to an end.

Landlords will instead have to take tenants to court and provide “legitimate reasons” for removing people from their properties.

The Government said it was taking action to end no-fault evictions because it is one of the biggest causes of family homelessness. 

However landlords warned that the reforms posed “serious dangers” and could lead to fewer people putting their homes up to rent. 

The Prime Minister said:...

Landlords will no longer be able to evict people at short notice without good reason under plans to create “open-ended tenancies”.

Theresa May will bring an end to "no fault" evictions which give tenants as little as eight weeks' notice after their fixed term contract has come to an end.

Landlords will instead have to take tenants to court and provide “legitimate reasons” for removing people from their properties.

The Government said it was taking action to end no-fault evictions because it is one of the biggest causes of family homelessness. 

However landlords warned that the reforms posed “serious dangers” and could lead to fewer people putting their homes up to rent. 

The Prime Minister said:...

Landlords will no longer be able to evict people at short notice without good reason under plans to create “open-ended tenancies”.

Theresa May will bring an end to "no fault" evictions which give tenants as little as eight weeks' notice after their fixed term contract has come to an end.

Landlords will instead have to take tenants to court and provide “legitimate reasons” for removing people from their properties.

The Government said it was taking action to end no-fault evictions because it is one of the biggest causes of family homelessness. 

However landlords warned that the reforms posed “serious dangers” and could lead to fewer people putting their homes up to rent. 

The Prime Minister said:...