This decision, together with the continuing uncertainty about the application of the fixed-term tenancy regime, which has been highlighted in cases such as Bamber, and the additional administrative burden caused by the renewal process, has prompted a number of high-level registered operators to confirm that they will no longer offer temporary leases to new tenants, and some have, with the process of transforming existing temporary tenants, “lifetime” leases have begun. You can help us by giving up our rental and keys if you commit rental fraud. If you think you are renting a house to one of our guests, please contact us. We will do our best to provide you with the help and support you need to find a new home. For more information and to register as an Eastern Services Champion, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Appeles Judge found that, pursuant to section 21(1B) of the Housing Act 1988, Livewest was not required to terminate 6 months in advance to determine Ms Bamber`s lease during the trial period. The reason for this was that Livewest`s exercise of its contractual right to terminate the rental relationship during the trial period resulted in the lease “no longer being a temporary lease for a fixed term of at least two years”. Are I interested? Contact us for an application package on 01752 856 140 or email email@example.com or call Thistle Tenant Risks on 0345 450 7288. .