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Andy_755
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Hi there,

I have recently been told by the local council that my building is now classed as an HMO due to a change in ownership of the leaseholder flats from owner-occupied to rental properties. I have looked a lot of information and it varies widely as to what responsibilities the Freeholder has for the management of an HMO. I wondered if anyone could point me in the direction of some clear guidance that states exactly what I must do every week, month, year to fully comply?

The big issue is around Fire regulation and as I do not live locally to the property and I have read that the fire alarm needs to be tested every week which seems slightly excessive and I highly doubt is done by the majority of landlords in the UK. Any help would be great.
09/06/2016 08:54

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