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A landlord proposes to grant a single lease of a building comprising a shop on the ground floor with a residential flat above. The proposed tenant is Italian. Must the landlord comply with the right to rent checks introduced by the Immigration Act 2014?

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Published on LexisPSL on 09/03/2017

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  • A landlord proposes to grant a single lease of a building comprising a shop on the ground floor with a residential flat above. The proposed tenant is Italian. Must the landlord comply with the right to rent checks introduced by the Immigration Act 2014?

A landlord proposes to grant a single lease of a building comprising a shop on the ground floor with a residential flat above. The proposed tenant is Italian. Must the landlord comply with the right to rent checks introduced by the Immigration Act 2014?

In respect of all tenancy agreements entered into on or after 1 February 2016, private landlords are obliged under section 22 of the Immigration Act 2014 to check, prior to granting a tenancy, whether or not prospective tenants or occupiers are allowed to occupy the property by virtue of qualifying immigration status. Landlords must also ensure that the tenant’s right to occupy does not lapse during the term of

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