CVAs have long been considered as unfair by landlords as they feel they are hit harder than other creditors when a CVA is approved.  One of the reasons for this is they are treated as having “unliquidated claims” ie the debts have not yet occurred.  This means that the don’t have as much influence over the


The views of the British Property Federation, who speak on behalf of landlords can be read in this article in the Telegraph



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