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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 5 November

If you are based in Norwich or thereabouts, are you going to be at the Buy to Let Expo?

I am going to be speaking there at 12.00 on essential legal information for landlords, plus there are a lot of other excellent speakers which you can see from the programme  >> here.

There will also be some interesting exhibitors there (including my old firm Cozens Hardy).  So worth a visit.

But what happened on the blog this week?


Quiet Enjoyment 7th Edition by Andrew Arden et al

Ben Reeve Lewis does a review of this housing classic and takes it on a ‘Top Gear’ style test drive.  You can see the results here …


A is for Abandonment

I start my landlords legal A-Z, predictably, at A.  Twenty five more weeks to go.  Take a look at A here …


Who gets the deposit when the tenant dies?

A blog clinic readers question.  Take a look at the answer here …


Can I evict my deposit because I need a home?

Another blog clinic question from a landlord wanting to move back in before the end of the fixed term. I initially say no, but a reader comes up with a possible solution.  Find out here …


Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #83

Ben discovers that there are even less £100K benefit scroungers than we all thought, and that most  people don’t trust estate agents (so whats new).  See what else he dug up out of the news here …


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Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is a lawyer and specialises in creating products and services which help landlords and letting agents learn and understand landlord & tenant law. For example, she runs the Landlord Law website (now in its 14th 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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