Regulation of Houses in Multiple Occupation

Regulation of Houses in Multiple Occupation
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  • Intermediate
  • Released 4th Oct 2021
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An overview of the statutory regulation of Houses in Multiple Occupation (“HMO”) and the offences that might be committed in relation to them. How to determine if a property is a HMO and if so what are the licensing and management requirements. What criminal and civil penalties are there for failing to comply with HMO law.

Learning objectives:

  1. Key Definitions, Legislation and Case Law
  2. Licensing – what properties need an HMO license and how to comply.
  3. Management – what does managing an HMO require and how to comply.
  4. What can happen if licencing/management regulations are not complied with:
  • Prosecutions
  • Civil Penalties
  • Rent Repayment/Banning Orders


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Edward Ross

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