Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 27 February

MarchCan’t say I’m sorry to see the back of February this year, always one of the more  depressing months of the year.  Lets hope March will be better.

Still I managed to get my free course out, which was a bit of an effort, but it seems to be popular as loads of people have signed up for it.

Lets see what happened on the blog.

Monday

Landlord wants tenant out but deposit is lost

A blog clinic question this from Lesley who doesn’t think her landlord is entitled to ask her to leave.  See why here …

Tuesday

A free course for landlords on their legal responsibilities

This is the launch of my new free course.  Its been in the pipeline for quite a while so it was nice to release it into the wild, as it were.  Read all about it here …

Wednesday

What happens if the tenant gives notice and then doesn’t leave?

A tricky problem but one which was actually solved by a piece of legislation in 1737.  Several people commenting confirm this.  Find out more here …

Thursday

Deposit scheme price wars

First its Deposit Guard offering lower fees, then its My Deposits lowering them for agents, then in the comments TDS say they are lowering them for agents too.  Read all about it here …

Friday

Ben Reeve Lewis Friday newsround #48

This weeks Ben is marvelling at the strangeness of modern finance and wishing he understood it all.  See what he had to say about it here …

 

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Tessa is a lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law. She runs the Landlord Law website (now in its 12th year) and is a director of Easy Law Training Ltd and Your Law Store. Tessa also sits on the Property Redress Scheme Council. When not working she enjoys reading, cooking and messing around on the computer. You can also find her on Google



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