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Presently, the Government have put provisions into place to ensure that no renter in either social or private accommodation will be forced out of their home during the Covid 19 pandemic up until at least 25 June 2020. So no renters in private or social accommodation needs to be concerned about the threat of eviction. The agency cannot force you all to move and you can simply refuse.
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So the Government will review the position then and decide whether to extend the ban on eviction. Until the ban is lifted, you cannot be forced out of the property.
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The agency must serve you with proper Notice if they ask you to leave. Even after this, you should stay in your home even if you've already had notice. During this time new eviction rules mean that:
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