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The Renting Homes (Wales) Act at Six Months

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The Renting Homes (Wales) Act (RHWA) has been in force for just over six months and the deadline to give full written statements to existing tenants whose tenancies have converted to occupation contracts expired on 1 June. In that time the legislation has already been amended slightly to deal with an uncertainty about changes to parties. Attention will now turn to standards obligations which need to be fulfilled by 1 December and to the inevitable commencement of legal proceedings for possession which are tied to the RHWA.


  • Which parts of the legislation have changed and what’s forced these amendments
  • Potential pitfalls with the act that you must know
  • The key things to work on for the rest of the year

About the presenter

David Smith is one of the leading lawyers working on private residential tenancies. He’s worked with the Welsh assembly on the passing of the act and written a book on the new legislation.

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