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Landlord Law Blog roundup from 11 March 2013

conference 2013For me, this week has been dominated by our conference.  First the preparation, and then travelling down, setting it up and then doing it.

Fortunately it seems to have been very well received, and so you may be seeing us do one or two more of this type of thing …

You can see some pictures I took at the conference via the link lower down.

But what happened on the blog?


Property Guardians (2) What is the law?

I do a follow up post to that done by Samir last week and take a look at the legal issues surrounding Property Guardianship.  See what I said here …


A successful tenancy deposit claim

A reader tells of a successful claim regarding their tenancy deposit.  Read all about it here …


Landlord failing to do minor repair works now wants to put the rent up

A blog reader question – is her landlord entitled to put her rent up and what can she do about it?  Read more here …


Can the bailiff who evicts a tenant seize goods?

Bailiff regularly evict tenants – can they take their goods to cover rent arrears as well? I take a look at the issues here …


Landlord Law Conference 2013 Live Blog

Today was the day of our conference so no column from Ben.  Instead Samir offered to live blog the conference for her.  So you can read all about it here …


Some pictures of the Landlord Law Conference 2013

Before doing this round up, I decided to put some of the photo’s I had taken online on Flickr.  You can see the conference set I did here …


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Tessa Shepperson

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