Category Archives: client money protection

Government Publishes Tenant Fees Bill

Yesterday, the Government published its tenant fees bill, which will ban all letting and agents fees charged to tenants by agents and landlords in England. The Government first announced in that they would ban letting agents’ fees in the Autumn … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday is Fun-day for the Ministry

  Government responses to policy consultations are a little like buses, you wait around for ages and then three turn-up together. Of course the way in which they differ from buses is that you can absolutely guarantee that government statements … Continue reading

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Client Money Protection Consultation Closes

As previously reported, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has been consulting on proposals to require all property agents to protect client money. Following on from an earlier parliamentary inquiry, to which UKALA gave evidence in support of … Continue reading

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