Government considers legislation to force landlords and tenants to seek arbitration in rental disputes

Tenants have accrued around £7bn in rent arrears since the pandemic struck but Government is seeking to avoid landlords from taking them to court as businesses seek to recover from the lockdowns. The Government is considering legislation to force landlords and tenants to seek arbitration before going to court to settle disputes over rent arrears that […]
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