Landlord Registration Scheme Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2014 (S.R. No. 9 of 2014). | Land Portal

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These Regulations, made under Article 65A(1) and (2) and Article 73(1) of the Private Tenancies (Northern Ireland) Order 2006, provide for registration of landlords including a person acting on behalf of the landlord in relation to a tenancy. A landlord must register with the registrar immediately prior to the letting of a new tenancy. The Regulations define the information which the landlord must provide for the purpose of registration and continued registration, and also provide for disclosure of information held by the registrar and not included in the register to certain bodies.

Implements: Private Tenancies (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 (S.I. No. 1459 (N.I. 10) of 2006). (2006-06-07)

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