regulated tenancy


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regulated tenancy

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(Law) social welfare (in Britain) the letting of a dwelling by a nonresident private landlord, usually at a registered fair rent, from which the landlord cannot evict the tenant without a possession order from a court. Compare assured tenancy
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We continue to see strong levels of trading from our regulated tenancy portfolio, with high interest among home buyers, steady transactional activity and robust pricing.
Others set to appeal are 5 Elms Road, Sutton Coldfield, a residential investment subject to a regulated tenancy, in excess of PS150,000; 24 Manor Road, Stechford, six bedsits producing nearly PS19,000 per annum with a guide of PS125,000-PS135,000, a great return; an ex regulated tenancy at 64 Boulton Road, Handsworth, in need of extensive modernisation, in excess of PS60,000; and 2 Hall Street, Stourbridge, a substantial double fronted property in extremely good condition, in excess of PS120,000.
Real estate experts and ordinary Israelis have had mixed responses to Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon's plan, announced Tuesday, to introduce rent control and a regulated tenancy model as part of a reform in the Israeli rental market.
A Holiday Home is classified as a furnished accommodation which is rented as a whole unit on a daily, weekly, monthly or annual basis without the issuance of an EJARI regulated tenancy agreement and should be registered with DTCM.
As a consequence, one can conclude that Finland is the only country of the European Union to have totally liberalized a previously regulated tenancy market.
These are: covenant, title plan, regulated tenancy, assured shorthold tenancy and listed status.
A Grade II-listed cottage in Falmouth (pounds 110,000-plus) might be viewed as a longterm investment - because a sitting tenant on a regulated tenancy paying nearly pounds 4,700 a year could hold the fort for most of the next 30 years.
A recent decision demonstrated the significant and multi-faceted burdens that a would-be successor to a rent regulated tenancy must meet.
In a trading update for the four months to January 31, the UK's largest listed residential landlord said it had seen ongoing high demand for its wholly owned and managed PRS homes as well as positive growth in regulated tenancy rents.
Another house set to appeal is one in Elms Road, Sutton Coldfield, a residential investment subject to a regulated tenancy.
A claimant hoping to establish an entitlement to succeed to a rent regulated tenancy must, in addition to proving the requisite relationship to the tenant (by blood, marriage or financial and emotional inter-dependence), establish the requisite co-occupancy in the apartment with the tenant; generally, two years prior to the permanent vacating from the apartment by the prime tenant.
Our high-quality regulated tenancy portfolio provides an excellent foundation from which we can grow our offering of private rented sector homes.