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Tackling illegal immigration in privately rented accommodation

The UK Border Agency has launched a consultation seeking views on proposals to create a new requirement on landlords to conduct immigration checks on tenants, with penalties for those who provide rented accommodation to illegal non-EEA migrants in breach of the new requirements. Further details on the consultation, which runs until 21 August 2013, can be found here...

Members who wish to contribute to the Scottish Land & Estates response should forward comments to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 12 August.

 

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