rent repayment order
Anyone struggling with mortgage or rental payments due to the coronavirus can apply for a three-month payment holiday, the government has confirmed. The three-month payment holiday for mortgage borrowers has now been extended to tenants and buy-to-let landlords. This means that if tenants in either social or private accommodation are struggling to pay their rent due to coronavirus they can speak to their landlord about a payment holiday for up to three months. Likewise, landlords with buy-to-let mortgages can arrange a payment holiday with their lender if their tenants are unable to pay the rent. In addition, no one can be evicted from their home or repossessed during the next 3 months (read more)
Are you a private tenant who is financially effected by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?
Is your landlord trying to evict you because you cannot afford to pay the rent?
If so, contact us.
We could apply for an urgent court injunction to stop the landlord in his tracks …
and then make an application to the Tribunal for the landlord to pay you a rent repayment order of up to value of 12-months of your monthly rent for his unlawful harassment, attempted eviction or eviction!
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