Do you own a rental property in Wales?

Unlicensed Landlords with properties in Wales could now be ‘Breaking the Law’ and they are being urged to register ‘to avoid legal action’, regardless of where they are based in the UK. rent-smart-wales

Many private landlords could face fines and possibly even prosecution for failing to sign up to the new registration and licensing system in Wales. In addition, landlords may not be able to secure possession of their property using a section 21 notice, if they are operating outside the law themselves.

Almost six months have passed since the Welsh government’s Rent Smart Wales scheme became law, as part of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014 however it is estimated that thousands of private landlords with homes in Wales have still not signed up to the scheme, which could mean that they are letting out properties illegally.

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