If work is needed, it should be done according to government instructions to prevent further spread of the virus. This should be done by appointment, preferably if the tenant is not present or close to the area in which the work is being carried out. Ensure social renunciation. It is advisable that everyone wear a facial covering and keep the windows as open as possible. Strict hygiene measures, such as regular hand washing and cleaning of surfaces, must be respected. The government has issued guidelines for households with possible coronavirus infection (COVID-19). The same guide applies to residents of common real estate. All occupants of the house must behave in the same manner as a single household when one or more occupants have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). Local authorities and the police have powerful powers to combat anti-social behaviour made available under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Police Act 2014. These include the application of civil injunctions, community protection measures and closure orders to deal with cases of anti-social behaviour.
We assume that these powers will continue to be used during the coronavirus period. If the person died on the lease of your house, but you still live there, the bailiffs should still not evict you. During this period, the Commission continues to provide tenants with a complaint response service. It is part of our obligation to ensure that all tenants have a safe place to live. Owners should respond to repair requests, even if it is accepted that it may make restrictions or delays in the way and when it can do so. It depends on the health of the tenants and ensuring that contractors work safely. If necessary, the Commission will continue to take enforcement action when a lessor does not carry out significant work. In general, good faith implies that the parties act honestly and fairly with each other in order to really embark on the path of a quick and mutually beneficial agreement. Discrimination against prospective or current tenants is illegal under the right to rent if it is contrary to the Human Rights Act. For example, it is illegal: the terms of each agreement depend on the circumstances of the tenant and the landlord. If you have one of these leases, the rules are different depending on when you received the message. Tenants remain subject to the lease until the end of the fixed-term contract or, in the case of a legal lease, until the termination period required by the tenancy agreement expires.