Revenge Eviction Bill Does Not Proceed

Sarah Teather’s Tenancies (Reform) Bill is talked down at its second reading

Sarah Teather’s Tenancies (Reform) Bill is talked down at its second reading

Sarah Teather’s Tenancies (Reform) Bill, dubbed the ‘Revenge Eviction Bill’, has failed to proceed from its second reading in the House of Commons.

During the debate MPs Philip Davies and Christopher Chope decided to ‘talk out’ the Bill so that only 60 MPs managed to vote before time ran out. This stopped the bill from receiving the 100 votes that are required for a motion to proceed.

The bill had received cross-party support but was openly opposed by leading landlord associations, who claimed it could lead to landlords finding it difficult to take back possession of their properties from problem tenants.

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Revenge Eviction Bill Proposed

The government backs bill to end retaliatory evictions

The government backs bill to end retaliatory evictions

The Government, in the form of Communities Minister Stephen Williams and Housing Minister Brandon Lewis, recently gave their backing to a Private Members Bill, put forward by Sarah Teather MP (LibDem), which aims to end the practice of retaliatory evictions.

The Bill has been backed by a number of organisations, including the housing and homelessness charity Shelter who stated, “no one should face eviction for complaining about bad conditions. The government’s – and ultimately Parliament’s – support for Sarah’s Bill could end this practice once and for all.”

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