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Recognising residents’ associations, and their power to request information about tenants

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Summary

We are seeking views on proposed secondary legislation requiring landlords to provide information about tenants.

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Consultation description

This consultation document seeks views on the government’s proposals for secondary legislation in relation to section 29A of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985.

Section 29A provides a new power for the Secretary of State by regulations to impose duties on a landlord to provide the secretary of a residents’ association with information about tenants.

The intention is to make it easier for a secretary of a tenants’ association to obtain contact information of qualifying tenants (leaseholders) from a landlord and so improve the prospects of the association being formally recognised.

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Recognising residents’ associations, and their power to request information about tenants

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Published 25 July 2017