Results for tag "Landlord Regulations"

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Energy EfficiencyEnergy Performance CertificateLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Do I Need to Renew an EPC During a Tenancy?

Sometimes keeping on top of the numerous move in dates, deadlines, and sea of regulations can be enough for any seasoned landlord to let something slip through the net; and with an Energy performan...

April 26, 2021

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Can Landlords Evict Tenants During COVID?

It goes without saying that it is difficult to understate the difficulty many face as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Whilst recent months have seen the government intervene with measures to re...

March 31, 2021

Buy-to-letLandlord RegulationsMortgageNew Landlords

A First Time Landlords Guide to Renting

Becoming a landlord can be a difficult process, leaving first time and accidental landlords asking what does a landlord need to do before renting. Understanding how to evaluate a rental opportunity...

March 23, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant Advice

Renewing a Tenancy Agreement vs a Rolling Contract

The change and transition from a fixed short-hold tenancy towards a rolling contract can often tie landlords in a knot of confusion, usually occurring at the end of the fixed-term contract. But it’...

March 03, 2021

Energy EfficiencyHealth & SafetyLandlord Regulations

Log Burners in Rental Properties

Log burners and multi fuel stoves are a lovely, cosy method of providing heating. They’re also extremely contemporary and proving a big ‘must-have’ for many households.   But before ...

February 19, 2021

EvictionsLandlord Regulations

When Can Landlords Evict During COVID-19

The government has revealed that come the 1st of October 2021 the amount of notice a landlord is required to provide their tenants when service them with a possession notic...

September 13, 2021

Landlord RegulationsPets

Tenant Fees Act Reduced Number of Pet Friendly Rentals

New findings have been unveiled as a report published by the pet charity AdvoCATS has been backed by over 35 members of parliament, alongside numerous landlord associations, pet charities and organ...

September 06, 2021

DepositLandlord Regulations

Lifetime Deposits Sees Renewed Support From Landlords

The National Residential landlords Association has moved to support the plans for lifetime deposits throughout the rental sector. This fresh support has resulted in all aspects of the rental indust...

August 26, 2021

Health & SafetyLandlord Regulations

New Fire Safety Regulations for Landlords

With the act being passed through royal assent back in April 2021, the Fire Safety Act 2021 is looking to bring new reforms to the existing fire regulations, namely the Regulatory Reform (Fire...

August 12, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Do You Have to Pay to View a Rental Property?

One of the all too often overlooked aspects of the rental sector is accessibility. Without it landlord would simply be left with a diminishing income, and aspiring renters would be exploited for ex...

August 11, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant's Rights

Landlords Exploit Loophole in Tenant Fees Act

It has recently been reported that landlords and letting agents across the UK have found a way in which to navigate laws introduced to make the private rental sector more accessible. This comes at ...

July 27, 2021

Capital Gains TaxLandlord RegulationsTax

Undeclared Rental Income, Landlords and HMRC

Regardless of the size of your property portfolio, the number of years you have had your door open to tenants, or the number of tenancies you have seen through, it’s safe to say that most landlords...

July 16, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

Differences Between a Tenant and a Permitted Occupier

Those new to the rental industry may be forgiven for adopting the train of thought that an occupant of a rental property, as they are residing under the same roof as a tenant, may enjoy the same ri...

July 12, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Retaliatory Evictions: A Guide for Landlords

Naturally landlords have rightly come to expect control over their rental property, after all this is their investment and upon the signing of the tenancy agreement must attend to its regular upkee...

July 02, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenancy Agreement

What safety checks do landlords need to do?

Whilst the debate over which party of the rental agreement is responsible for repairs seems to still rear its head from time to time, a landlord’s duty of care towards their tenants, and obligation...

June 24, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant's Rights

Unfair Terms in Tenancy Agreements

With the tenancy agreement being the cornerstone of the renting relationship between landlords and tenants, its importance is difficult to understate. This legally binding document establishes the ...

June 21, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord Regulationsright to rent

Right to Rent: A Landlord’s Guide

Right to Rent checks may send shivers down the spine of many a landlord, with the repercussions for neglecting to accurately assess a tenants right to remain with the UK bringing with it detrimenta...

June 11, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenant AdviceTenant's Rights

Discrimination in Rental Properties: The Equality Act

Whilst landlords will likely be aware of the end that has come to maintaining a blanket ban on pet friendly rental opportunities, alongside renting to those that are currently receiving financial s...

June 10, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenant AdviceTenant's Rights

Reporting a Landlord for Discrimination

Regardless of if you are a landlord or a tenant, the renting sector is upheld and progressed through community. Finding a home should naturally encompass a safe, welcoming environment for all, with...

June 09, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

Making Your Rental Property Fit For Human Habitation

Making your rental property fit for human habitation is one of the foremost concerns of a landlord. Naturally upon the signing of the tenancy agreement landlords take on a duty of care towards thei...

June 04, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsRent ArrearsTenant's Rights

How Will the Pandemic Affect Renting in the UK?

Many have been left asking over the last year how will the coronavirus pandemic affect renting. Despite many aspects of the effects of the Coronavirus being described as uncertain, the results of t...

June 03, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

New Eviction Ban Rules for Renters and Landlords

It goes without saying that the last few months have certainly been some of the most trying times within the rental industry in recent memory. The effect of the Coronavirus outbreak has been unscru...

June 02, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Section 21 Notice and the Renters Reform Bill

Whilst recent memory can hold many radical reforms to the rental landscape, 2021 is set to be no different. As the government looks to inch closer to some sort of pre pandemic sector, not all of th...

May 19, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord Regulations

What to Do if a Tenant Has Abandoned a Property

It goes without saying, but to the surprise of many new tenants, simply leaving an abandoned property without notifying the landlord of your intentions to do so does not absolve the legal obligatio...

May 11, 2021

DepositLandlord RegulationsTenant Advice

Transferring Deposits Between Landlords

It can be easy understandable for a tenant to begin to question the security of their home if their landlord has decided to sell their rental property. Such a transitional period can curate uncerta...

May 06, 2021

Buy-to-letCapital Gains TaxCouncil TaxLandlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsTax

What Taxes Do Landlords Need to Pay?

Whilst there are many variables that will ultimately dictate the amount of tax a landlord will be required to pay, there are also numerous exemptions that rental property owners can take advantage ...

May 04, 2021

DepositLandlord RegulationsTenant AdviceTenant's Rights

How Do I Challenge a Landlord Over a Deposit?

Naturally landlords seek to safeguard their rental property investment, with various measures such as the deposit schemes being implemented in these efforts.  Whilst discussing finances can be...

April 30, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty Maintenanceproperty viewingsTenant's Rights

Landlord Property Inspection Guide

There are many aspects a landlord must consider if they are to maintain a stress free tenancy period. The tenant referencing process, taking a guarantor, even rent in advance are all measure a land...

April 28, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

What Can I Do If My Landlord Won’t Do Repairs?

When starting your rental journey the rose tinted memories of the idyllic rental property can quickly fade upon the discovery of damp, mould and other health and safety hazards throughout the let. ...

April 21, 2021

Accidental LandlordsLandlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

How Do I Protect Myself as a Landlord?

Whilst becoming a landlord can be a lucrative affair, it’s certainly the result of hard work and a significant investment of the both the Landlord’s time and money. With a host of legal responsibil...

April 20, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

What Are the Different Types of Tenancy Agreement?

For new and accidental landlords there is a landslide of regulations, law, terms and nuances to the rental space to become accustom to. Thankfully whilst the intricacies that make up tenancy agreem...

April 13, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant AdviceTenant's Rights

What Fees Can a Tenant Expect to Pay?

Of course for many getting that first step onto the property ladder is just simply inaccessible, especially during a time when the financial security of so many is in jeopardy. However, although ge...

April 07, 2021

Buy-to-letInsuranceLandlord AdviceLandlord Regulations

What Insurance Do You Need as a Landlord?

In many ways landlord insurance policies are not too dissimilar to your everyday home insurance cover; however the important distinction between the two is that landlord insurance is intended to pr...

April 06, 2021

HMOLandlord AdviceLandlord Regulations

A Guide to HMO Rules for Landlords

With the rules for House in Multiple Occupation be somewhat similar to that of a traditional single let, new or accidental landlords may be forgiven for glazing over the essential differences in HM...

April 01, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew LandlordsRental property

Should You Furnish Your Rental Property?

The decision on whether or not to furnish your rental property before letting it out to tenant’s shouldn’t be taken lightly. Ultimately the degree to which a rental property is furnished and the ch...

March 30, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

What Are the Legal Requirements of a Landlord?

It can be a universal concern, not just that of new and accidental landlords but, perhaps even for first time tenants new to the rental market. Knowing what a landlord cannot do, and more important...

March 29, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsPets

New Laws for Tenants With Pets

It is no secret that landlords and property owners display reluctance to accept pet owning tenants into their homes. With recent research showing that a mere 7% of landlords offer animal loving ten...

March 26, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Landlords Guide to Letting Rules & Regulations

For accidental or new landlords, navigating through the ever changing legal landscape of the rental industry can be tough at first. Despite the learning curve landlords and property owners must abi...

March 22, 2021

Landlord RegulationsPetsTenant's Rights

Top Reasons Landlords Should Consider Tenants With Pets

For some time now tenants that wish to rent out a property with their pets have faced incredible difficulty doing so. Not only are the options of possible renting opportunities disproportionately s...

March 16, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant's Rights

A Guide to Notices For Landlords

If you’re a landlord there’s little doubt you’ve heard all about the government’s plan to get rid of Section 21 eviction notices. If you have just finished doing up a rental property and are about ...

March 04, 2021

Landlord RegulationsNew LandlordsProperty Maintenance

Minimum Space and Storage Laws Explained

This year, the government implemented new measures which hope to combat overcrowding in properties, increasing the quality of life of tenants as well as keeping rogue landlords in check. The emphas...

March 04, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

A Landlord’s Guide to Rent-to-Rent

Rent to rent means to rent a property from a landlord and then on to a third party. There can be quite a substantial profit margin in this, when done correctly. But there’s also a lot of complicati...

March 04, 2021

Health & SafetyLandlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

Asbestos: A Guide For Landlords

Asbestos is every landlord’s nightmare. It’s usually an issue in buildings built before the 1980’s, so if you’re about to invest in an older building, this could well be an extremely dangerous yet ...

March 04, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenant's RightsTips

Data Protection for Landlords and Agencies ​

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one thing that landlords and letting agencies must be thoroughly up to date with, regarding the storage, handling and processing of personal informa...

March 04, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsSub-Letting

Tenant Subletting: the rules

Subletting is truly a burgeoning issue when it comes to private landlords. With the rising costs of rent and transport as well as static salaries, the cost of living is starting to go through the r...

March 04, 2021

HMOLandlord Regulations

Laws on House in Multiple Occupation

An HMO (a house in multiple occupation) is a house occupied by three or more tenants who aren’t part of the same family. This is common practice amongst landlords, who are able to turn a greater pr...

March 04, 2021

Energy Performance CertificateHealth & SafetyLandlord Regulations

Electrical Checks: A Landlord’s Guide

As of January 14 2020, the Minister of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) confirmed – after long setbacks – that mandatory electrical checks on rented properties will com...

March 04, 2021

Energy EfficiencyEnergy Performance CertificateLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Do Listed Buildings Require an EPC?

Through recent years, the government has attempted to fight energy wastage and to create homes which are more energy efficient. There are several key benefits here. The first is to help fight clima...

March 03, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

Assured Tenancies In Detail

If you’re looking to become a landlord or advertise your property via an online property agent, then one of the most common tenancies you’re likely to go with is an assured short-hold tenancy ̵...

March 03, 2021

InsuranceLandlord AdviceLandlord Regulations

Landlord Insurance: Is It Essential?

If you’re a landlord advertising your property via an online property agent, there’s little doubt that your investment is something to be protected at all costs. Thankfully, there is an easy way ar...

March 03, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant's Rights

A Tenant Wants to Leave a Joint Tenancy

This issue of one tenant wanting to leave a joint tenancy is quite a regular occurrence with landlords. Quite clearly, this can cause problems on both sides of the tenancy, especially if the other ...

March 03, 2021

Landlord RegulationsNew LandlordsTenant's Rights

The Housing Act 1988: Rights For Landlords

The Housing Act 1988 covers the rights and the responsibilities of both landlords and tenants. To give you a through overview as well as its rules and exceptions, why not have a read of this handy ...

March 03, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew Tenants

Critical Documents For New Tenancies

If you’re a landlord who is about to rent out your property via an online property agent or letting agency, then it’s going to be an extremely busy time for you. However, one thing you must make su...

March 02, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

The Do’s and Don’ts of Eviction

Evicting a tenant really should be a last resort when you’re a landlord. It’s upsetting for both parties and can prove to be a pretty lengthy process, involving court action.   As a ...

February 22, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

Landlord Responsibilities Explained

We’re betting you haven’t read through every page of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. And we wouldn’t blame you – it’s a pretty hefty piece of legislation to wade through, after all. We’...

February 22, 2021

Health & SafetyLandlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Am I Responsible if My Tenant Gets Injured?

In the UK a landlord has responsibility for ensuring their rental property is safe and secure to live in.  This means, that should your tenant sustain an injury through your negligence, you co...

February 19, 2021

Council TaxLandlord RegulationsTenant Advice

Council Tax Explained for Tenants

If you have lived in the UK for a number of years now you will no doubt be familiar with the notion of Council Tax.   If, on the other hand, you have ju...

February 18, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenant's Rights

Tenant Access and COVID-19

As most long-term landlords are aware, you need permission to access your buy to let property when there is a tenant in it.   At least 24 hours’ notice is standard (and, in fact, law). Bu...

February 18, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

Tenant Possessions and the Tort Act (1977)

You may never have heard of the Tort (Interference with Goods) Act before, but as a landlord it’s extremely important to understand the basics.   And those are that if a tenant ...

February 18, 2021

Landlord RegulationsTenancy AgreementTenant Advice

Why Do Landlords Have to Provide an Inventory?

Every tenancy should involve an inventory – both for the landlord and the tenant’s peace of mind.   That way both can agree at the beginning of a tenancy on the condition of furniture and...

February 18, 2021

Health & SafetyLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Health and Safety Tips for Rental Properties

You’ve decided to enter the rental business and the property looks great. But is it safe?  Understandably, safety is a major concern for today’s potential renters as they h...

February 18, 2021

HMOLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Do You Have a Fire Door in Your Rental Property?

Not all rental properties will have fire doors, of course. Only the bigger houses or apartments will usually be supplied with these. These are known as House of Multiple Occupation (HMO)....

February 17, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

Disabled Access in Private Rental Properties

Having a disability certainly shouldn’t be a barrier when it comes to finding your next private rental. Unfortunately, it can prove challenging though.  Equalities and...

February 17, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord RegulationsRent a Room

Sharing Your Home With a Tenant

Sharing your home with a stranger (or tenant) may not be as onerous as it sounds. In fact, in some sectors, it’s actually encouraged ie a younger person helping out an older home owner wi...

February 17, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

Can You Stop Tenant Smoking in You’re Property?

How do you feel about having a tenant who smokes? That’s because, chances are, with more than seven million smokers in the UK, there’s a good chance you’ll get one at some point.   Offici...

February 17, 2021

Buy-to-letLandlord RegulationsMortgage

Changing Your Mortgage to Buy to Let

It may be that you’ve been living in your property for some time and paying off your residential mortgage monthly. Now that you are moving out and want to rent it out, it’s not simply a case of fin...

February 17, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenant Advice

Coping With Noisy Tenants

If you’re unlucky to enough to have tenants who elicit complaints about noise from neighbours, then it’s within your interest, as the landlord, to do something about it.   The reason is t...

February 17, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

Practical Tips for Accidental Landlords

First up, you may be wondering what we mean by the term ‘accidental landlord.’   Well, quite simply, it’s a landlord who had no intention of ending up w...

February 17, 2021

DepositLandlord AdviceLandlord Regulations

Landlord Inspection Rights in 2020

Most Tenancy Agreements these days contain a term which states that the landlord should ‘allow tenants quiet, uninterrupted use and occupation of the property.’ You might also see this re...

February 17, 2021

Capital Gains TaxInvestorsLandlord RegulationsRental property

Your Guide to Property Investing

There are many ways to invest in property, and many types of bricks and mortar in which to invest.   You could, for instance, simply invest in a buy to let property and collect the equity...

February 17, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord RegulationsNew Tenants

Reference and Credit Checks on Tenants

Wondering what exactly a reference and credit check is ie exactly what do they check and over what time periods? It’s good to know if you intend to rent a flat because if you fa...

February 16, 2021

DepositFinding TenantsLandlord Regulations

What Is the Tenant Fees Act 2019?

Introduced officially in June 2019, the Tenant Fees Act initially only applied to new tenancies. In June 2020 it related to all tenancies in the UK – both new and existing....

February 16, 2021

DepositLandlord Regulations

Is a Holding Deposit Same as a Tenancy Deposit?

You can be forgiven for getting confused over the different types of deposits involved in letting, particularly if this is your first time renting a property. So, what are they and when do they app...

February 16, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsTenancy Agreement

Surrendering a Tenancy Agreement by Mutual Consent

It’s possible to end a tenancy in two ways. You can, for instance, serve notice on the tenant, or vice versa. Then again, the tenant can move out by mutual agreement.  In the case of the first...

February 16, 2021

Landlord RegulationsSub-LettingTenancy Agreement

Your Tenant Is Sub-Letting

Sometimes unforeseen circumstances arise in a tenancy and which can pose a difficulty for landlords.   A good example of such an instance could be if your tenant has moved someone else in...

February 16, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsSection 21 NoticeSection 8

How to Evict a Bad Tenant in London

The reason you, as a landlord, may serve a Section 21 and go on to follow this up with a Section 8 Notice of Eviction is if there is a fall-out between yourself and your tenant.   The end...

February 15, 2021

Energy EfficiencyLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Repair and Maintenance for Rented Properties

When you take on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) you actually agree to take on a degree of legal responsibility for the repair and maintenance of the property. That doesn’t apply to the exterior...

February 15, 2021

Finding TenantsLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

Should You Rent to Family and Friends?

It feels great being able to give a friend – or even a family member, such as a distant cousin – a roof over their head. You know, and like, them or their family well so there shouldn’t b...

February 15, 2021

EvictionsFinding TenantsLandlord Regulations

How to Handle a Bad Tenant

It is possible for a landlord to include certain clauses in the Tenancy Agreement which requires the tenant to desist from carrying out certain behaviour. Failure to do so could result in the landl...

February 15, 2021

Homes Act 2018Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceTenant's Rights

Tenants and the Homes (Fitness) Act 2018

Until recently as many as 25% of properties in the private rented sector were considered unfit to live in, according to government guidelines. That is as astounding number and it’s why the governme...

February 15, 2021

Landlord RegulationsNew LandlordsTips

A Quick Guide to Landlord Legal Obligations

Landlord legal obligations vary slightly between the four parts of the UK, but they are basically similar. Read below to find out what the main obligations are, according to the team here...

February 15, 2021

Energy EfficiencyEnergy Performance CertificateLandlord Regulations

Landlords and Energy Performance Certificates

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is an overview of the energy efficiency of your property. This is a statutory requirement by the government where all tenancies now must ...

February 15, 2021

Landlord AdviceLandlord RegulationsSection 21 Notice

What Landlords Should Know for 2021

Landlords have seen a number of changes in recent years and 2021 is to be no exception.   Many of these changes we are about to refer to would have been debated or occurred in 2...

February 15, 2021

Landlord RegulationsRent Arrears

Should Hardship Loans be Given to Tenants?

Here at Property Loop we are aware that some landlord organisations are urging the UK government to give interest-free hardship loans to tenants who have fallen behind with their rent as ...

February 12, 2021

Landlord RegulationsPeriodic TenanciesSection 13 Notice

Increasing Your Tenants Rent Legally

Has your tenant been on an assured periodic tenancy for some time now and you want to put up the rent? This is quite a common issue for landlords and which is why it prompted UK lawmakers to introd...

February 12, 2021

Buy-to-letLandlord RegulationsNew Landlords

How to Work Out Rental Yield

When considering investing in a buy-to-let, the rental yield for the property is a big consideration. It’s also something your buy-to-let mortgage lender will want to know.   But wha...

February 12, 2021

Buy-to-letLandlord RegulationsNew LandlordsTips

How to Handle a Rent Increase as a Landlord

Rental demand has soared in recent years, thanks to the fact mortgage lenders are asking for so much deposit these days. At the same time, local authority housing stocks are dwindling. What it...

February 12, 2021

Buy-to-letCapital Gains TaxLandlord Regulations

How Does Capital Gains Tax Work on Property?

As a landlord you will gain passive monthly rental income from your buy to let and capital appreciation as the years flit past. And it’s exactly this ca...

February 12, 2021

Homes Act 2018Landlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

What Is the Fitness for Human Habitation Act?

Landlords will of course be aware of their obligation to attend to any matters of repair to damage that had occurred to the rental property, but new landlords may be left asking what is the fitness...

February 12, 2021

EvictionsLandlord RegulationsRent ArrearsRental propertySection 21 Notice

Evicting Tenants With a Possession Order

It goes without saying that eviction is often the last resort of any landlord. Although possession orders empower property owners to remove problem tenants from their rental, the desired result onl...

February 11, 2021

Landlord RegulationsProperty MaintenanceSection 21 NoticeShort Assured Tenancy

What Are the Legal Responsibilities of a Landlord?

ContentsChecklist of Landlord Legal RequirementsLandlord’s Responsibility for RepairsDo Landlords Have a Right to Enter Property?Landlord’s Responsibility for DampLandlord’s Responsibility for Fire...

February 11, 2021

Energy Performance CertificateLandlord RegulationsProperty Maintenance

Is the Minimum EPC Rating Changing?

As the UK government ushers the private rental sector into a greener state, pushing changes to the Minimum EPC rating, many landlords have been left scrambling to keep up. ContentsWhat Is the Minim...

February 11, 2021

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