Non-Assured Tenancy in an HMO

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I am a landlord of a licensed premises (a high street pub) which has 11 rooms above and are occupied.(Basically I inherited this situation when I took over two years ago). Schedule 1 (part 5) of the Housing Act 1988 specifically places these tenancies outside the Assured Tenancies Tenure - therefore I can use Section 21 process. However I am informed by the local council that the HMO's have to be licensed - which makes the Section 21 process unusable. I am sure they have not yet considered the above schedule's provisions. Is there any precedence or clarification available on this matter, please?

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Robert
14/06/2013 10:29

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