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Landlord Law Blog roundup from 14 January

snowsceneI don’t know about you but its very cold here.

Based in Norwich we have had a lot of snow.  My son’s school was closed for three days (which pleased him greatly).

Our expenditure on coal and wood has gone up a bit, and that woollen rug my Mother got us for Christmas has come in very handy.

But what happened on the blog?

Monday

Letting agent charging £420 for a renewal

We start the week with a couple of blog clinic posts.  The first on the shocking fees being charged by one agent to the hapless tenant.  See what we said about it here …

Can the landlord claim rent arrears from a tenant who as moved out?

Then one tenant is outraged that his landlord is seeking to recover unpaid rent from his ex partner who moved out a while back.  Can they do this?  Find out here …

Tuesday

Renting property on a license

I do a post on residential licenses, based on a call from a landlord who thought that might be just the job for his foreign tenants.  See what his options are here …

Tessa has a ‘bad hair’ day and gives out some advice on camera

If you want to find out what I look like, do something else.  If you are prepared to shut your eyes and listen, then click here …

Wednesday

Good news for social housing workers

Announcing the new Frontliner ‘Talking Shop’ blog where we answer questions from social housing workers on social housing issues.  Take a look here …

Thursday

I is for Inspections

I reach I in my Landlords legal A-Z and take a look at the tricky topic of landlord inspections.  Find out more here …

Friday

Ben Reeve Lewis Friday newsround #91

We nearly didn’t get the newsround this week – Ben forgot to write it!  This was written in the early hours – but he still found quite a lot to say.  Take a look here …

 

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About the author

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

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