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Landlords consider legal action against Government’s new rent rules

Landlords consider legal action against Government’s new rent rules

The Irish Property Owners' Association has said landlords consider the new rent rules as unjust and unfair. It said rent reviews every two years appear to be unconstitutional. Yesterday, the Government announced its 'New Deal for Tenants', which along with the two-year rent review also includes increased notice periods…
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Rent fixing against the law, claim landlords

Rent fixing against the law, claim landlords

Government efforts to fix rents amid escalating rates in Dublin and elsewhere have been declared “unconstitutional” and an “attack on the property rights” of landlords, TDs and senators have been told. Landlords are also threatening to withdraw co-operation with social housing tenants and those on…
Landlords call for market rent

Landlords call for market rent

In excess of 500 landlords at an Irish Property Owners' Association members meeting in Moran's Red Cow Hotel Dublin last night called for the Government to pay market rent for Rent Supplement tenants. Stephen Faughnan, IPOA Chairman, outlined the distrust that property owners have in…
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