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Landlord Law Blog roundup from 18 February

meetingWe had Ben down (or is it up?) to see us at Landlord Law Towers this week, talking about new projects for our Easy Law Training service.

A lof of exciting new ideas some of which we will be announcing shortly.

Our current big event, the Landlord Law conference is going well, new bookings coming in all the time.

NW Brown are also now sponsoring the event, so many thanks to them.  I will be doing a post about them shortly.

In fact things are going so well that I will shortly be closing down the special 50% off offer for Landlord Law members and Easy Law customers – so if you are eligible for this I suggest you book soon.

But what happened on the blog?

Monday

A landlord has four questions about rent arrears

A blog clinic quesiton this one, or rather four.  To do with deposits, guarantees, arrears and eviction.  Find out more here …

Tuesday

The OFT reports on complaints against letting agents

Complaints by the public against letting agents have gone up it seems, and the OFT wants something done about it.  See what they have to say here …

Wednesday

Problems about renting a property to a limited company

Company lets can be very lucrative but our blog clinic questioner today has not found this to be the case.  Read about the problems he experienced here …

Thursday

Landlord Law Conference speakers – Simon Parrott on agency law

We are very lucky at the Landlord Law Conference to have some superb speakers.  Simon Parrott is a very experienced property litigation solicitor and agency expert – find out more about his talk here …

Friday

Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #96

Ben has news of a dodgy mortgage lender and wonders whether we should all move to Spain.  Read about this and pertinent comments here …

 

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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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