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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 3 December

Icoffee really enjoyed attending the London & South East Landlords day yesterday, and it was great to meet up with people I hadn’t seen for a while.

Thank you to everyone who attended my talk  – you were a great audience!

But what happened on the blog?


Tenant moving out before the s21 expires

A blog clinic question here on a point that often arises.  Does the tenant have to give notice to quit if a s21 notice has been served?  See what we all thought about it here …


Noisy neighbour loses her equipment

A tale to gladden the hearts of anyone who has suffered from noisy neighbours.  See why here …


E is for Eviction

We reach E in my landlords legal A-Z and I make a few general points about eviction of tenants.  See more here …


Tenant removing cupboards question

Another blog clinic question where the tenant has started moving shelves and cupboards from alcoves.  What can the landlord do about it?  See my comments here …


Ben Reeve Lewis Friday newsround #87

Ben tries to be positive this week.  See whether he managed it here …


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