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Change in law protects tenants if landlord defaults on mortgage

Mr S, who came to the CAB, had found himself in this situation. He came home from work one day to his privately rented flat in Hackney to find the locks changed and his belongings still in the property. These included his driving licence, tenancy agreement, clothes, belongings and letters from the bank, National Insurance and Home Office. He was just allowed in to get his medication from the fridge.

He had been given no official warning of the eviction from the court and the lender did not even know the property had been let. It took about four weeks and extensive negotiations to get him access to the property and the delay resulted in considerable distress for Mr S. He had nowhere to live and had to sleep on various friends’ floors. Read More:


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