These differences of opinion have predicted the arguments that are now before Parliament. For all of them, the decision of this House in the Monk case is at the heart of the concerns. In the absence of the additional feature of the regional court order, the facts were very similar to those present. The question was whether a disclosure from a tenant alone was sufficient to terminate the tenancy agreement. In a speech in which the other Members of the Assembly agreed, Lord Bridge of Harwich analysed and rejected the argument that the determination of a periodic lease by notice was comparable to that of a fixed-term lease in the exercise of a break clause. I have to quote the speech in detail. First, his reign moved closer to the issue in a priori, at p. 482-483: A Bristol City Council obtained an additional selective rental licence in… Meanwhile, on 3 September 2020, the Council launched a consultation on plans to renew the additional authorisation regime covering the entire territory of all HMOs. Unfortunately, they did not inform us, so we were not able to inform you. We did not find out until after the consultation closed on November 12, 2020. For more information, please visit the Council`s website. In the meantime, the Commission has informed us that it will resume the consultation and we will inform you of the date on which this will occur.

The City Council must follow the same eviction process as for other secure tenants on the council. Unfortunately, you can`t apply online – it`s a bit old-fashioned! Instead, you can download an application form from the Commission`s website, fill it out and return it by hand for a mandatory HMO license or an additional license. 2. 6 months` notice that the Board needs possession – this notice has been temporarily extended due to coronavirus. Selective Licensing System (Completed) – Edgware Ward On December 7, 2015, the Harrow Council introduced a selective licensing system in the municipality of Edgware. The scheme ended on December 6, 2020. The City Council is proposing a replacement plan, but it has not yet been approved. On June 14, 1989, the complainant Maurice Johnstone and his wife Laura entered into a joint lease with the Counsel of the Respondents, the London Borough of Harrow, via Waghorn Road 5, Kenton, Middlesex.

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