The Private Residential Leases Act of 2019: Salient Changes – POSTPONED

Due to popular demand, a repeat of the session held on 17 February will take place on Monday, 23 March 2020.  Time: 13.00 – 14.30 hrs.  Venue: Chamber of Advocates Conference Hall.

Lawyers who are not members of the Chamber will be required to pay a fee of €20 to attend this seminar.

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On 01 January 2020, a new law on how private residential properties are rented and managed came into force.

The Chamber of Advocates has invited Dr Kurt Xerri, a lecturer in Civil Law at the University of Malta, to provide further insight to lawyers on the provisions in the new  law.  Among the topics to be presented are:

1. Practical problems encountered in the sector

2. Obligation of registration including transitory
provisions 

3. Different models of Private residential Leases

4. Abusive clauses 

5. Water & Electricity 

6. Overholding by tenant 

7. Jurisdiction of Adjudicating Panel for Private
Residential Leases

8. Consequential amendments to Civil Code Reletting of
Urban Property (Regulation) Ordinance and Criminal Code 

9. Evictions 

10. Enforcement Procedure in case of unregistered lease

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