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Shaheen
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''THE Court of Appeal has today ruled that councils cannot use selective licensing conditions to impose new standards on private rented homes.''

https://news.rla.org.uk/court-rules-new-controls-rented-homes-licensing-schemes-illegal/?utmsource=enews&utmmedium=email&utm_campaign=enews

Well done RLA for supporting the case and being on the winning side.

Now, we have a ruling with which to fight these power hungry council idiots.

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22/02/2018 07:30

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