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Keeping tenants safe

07 June 2013

In an article for Inside Housing, Paul Hayes encourages landlords to be aware of changes to the definition of domestic violence. Earlier this year, the government widened the definition of domestic violence to include violence, abuse and controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour of anyone over the age of 16, regardless of gender or sexuality.

In an article for Inside Housing, Paul Hayes encourages landlords to be aware of changes to the definition of domestic violence.

Earlier this year, the government widened the definition of domestic violence to include violence, abuse and controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour of anyone over the age of 16, regardless of gender or sexuality.

Whether the landlord's tenant is a victim or a perpetrator, they are able to repossess a property using either Breach of tenancy, Ground 14a or Notice to quit.

You can read Paul's article in full on the Inside Housing website.

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