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Experts React: The Renters (Reform) Bill second reading

The Renters (Reform) Bill went through a second reading in the House of Commons on Monday 23 October. This gave the first opportunity for MPs to debate policies within the bill. Join letting legislation expert Oli Sherlock and Ryan Heaven, Solicitor at Dutton Gregory in a special podcast, where they share their first reactions of changes to Section 21 and discuss the implications for landlords, agents, and tenants. 

What they’ll cover

  • First thoughts on the second reading 
  • What’s happening with Section 21 
  • Timelines - what’s next, and what should we expect in 2024?
  • How agents should start preparing
  • Q&A

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