Archives for Anti-Landlord Legislation

More Legislation For Landlords – Passed

May 2019 The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) (No 2) Bill 2018 was passed in the Seanad  on Tuesday night. The new definition for substantial refurbishment will make it difficult if not impossible to change the rent after a substantial refurbishment. There is also no stop on the penalties that will be introduced for late registration when annual registration is introduced. The Bill is expected to be signed by the President by the end of this week. Not all of the legislation will be commenced immediately but the expectation is the following will be commenced early June:- Increased timelines for termination Changes
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Categories: Landlord Legislation, News, and Substantial Refurbishment Rules.

Anti-Landlord Legislation, Unbalanced and Unfair

Anti-Landlord Legislation which is unfair and not balanced and Unreasonable Taxation will do nothing to improve the devastating supply of accommodation to the rental market. This was the key message strongly put forward by IPOA Information Officer, Margaret McCormick on yesterday’s Newstalk (The Hard Shoulder , 13th May 2019) Click HERE to listen back – (Margaret features at 1 Hour 13 Minutes)
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Categories: Landlord Legislation and News.