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26 Apr 2021
Many people would think that a care worker who has to do 'sleep in' shifts as part of their work would be 'working' for the full period of their shift.
Prior to letting out a property, a landlord or their agent must check that a tenant or lodger can legally rent a residential property in England.
The new scheme aims to help people with a 5% deposit get onto the housing ladder.