Fabian Demicoli

Clarification by the Ministry for Social Policy on the Rent Laws Reform White Paper

 The Ministry for Social Policy has been informed that since the publication of the White Paper a number of landlords are refusing to accept rent from their tenants. The Ministry is informed that landlords are informing tenants that "they are awaiting developments".

The Ministry for Social Policy informs both landlords and tenants that the existing laws regulating the rental market are those currently in place, and that both landlords and tenants continue to abide by such legislation.

The White Paper is a document for public consultation and thus has no effect in law. Tenants' rights as set by the current legislation are valid and are protected by law.

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