Penalties for Operating, or Selling, a Residential, Unlicensed HMO Property

In 2004, following widespread public outrage, at the manner in which many unscrupulous landlords were treating their tenants, who were all living in shared accommodation properties, the 2004 Housing Act was introduced. The objective of that Act was to introduce mandatory HMO (House of Multiple Occupancy) Certification, for all residential properties, with more than 4 […]

Stiff New Penalties for Misclassification of Unbiased Contractors

There has been a craze in the latest decades for businesses to take care of employees as impartial contractors in get to prevent the administrative duties and more fees applicable to employees (payroll taxes, workers’ payment insurance policy, unemployment insurance coverage, time beyond regulation shell out, and different employee added benefits). In response, both equally […]