This is the last weekend before our conference – this time next week it will all be over.
Bookings have now closed so if you want to attend but have not booked your place yet, I’m afraid its too late now (unless we get a cancellation).
However, we will be doing a fair amount of tweeting on the day (using our official hashtag #lllconf) , and Smair will be liveblogging here on Landlord Law Blog, so you will be able to keep up with what is happening.
We may have a couple of announcements on the day too, so watch out for those.
But what happened on the blog?
Journalist Samir Jeraz starts us off on a short series on property guardians. What are they and are they a good thing? See what he thinks about it here …
A question, no doubt, many a landlord has asked himself. This is a blog clinic quesiton – see what I thought about it here …
Another common cry I suspect. Another blog clinic quesiton. See what I thought about it here …
I was asked a while ago by a loyal Landlord Law Blog reader, if I could take a look at this quesiton as apparently arguments have been raging about it on the landlord forums. This is my take on the subject here …
Ben’s been having a bad week. Three nasty illegal evictions at work to deal with, a film crew dogging his every step, and now he finds he will have to wash his own pants come June. He also had a few things to say about benefits, G15 and empty homes – read it all here …
- A very worrying statement from Lord Newberger on the BBC on problems inherent in the government’s cost saving plans
- In the light of this, my article here on this blog is very relevant
- Then a guest post on the Nearly Legal blog talks about disabled children bringing judicial reviews about ‘bedroom tax’
- Good news for consumers on agents fees however – the Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that they must be disclosed