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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 30 September


Strictly is back!  And one of the contestants is a buy to let landlord!

The fabulous Fiona Fullterton may have been a bond girl back in the 1970’s but more recently she has written some really good books on investing in property and being a landlord.

She looks like she’s a pretty good dancer too!

But what happened on the blog?


Housing and the Local Government Information Unit

We start the week with a post from housing journalist Samir Jeraj on a new report out from the LGUI called House Proud, with a bit also about housing in the conferences.  Read it here …


Unlawful HMO license fees in Oxford and how to get your money back

David Smith offers a bit of help to landlords in Oxford who have paid license fees unnecessarily – we’ve got a draft letter and everything!  Get it here …


Landlord harassment through the courts?

A tenant wonders if her landlords action in suing her could be harassment.  See what we thought here …

A successful HMO Workshop in Norwich

A bit about our HMO Workshop last week with David Smith, which went rather well.  Read about it here …


What can be done about an offensive co tenant?

What indeed?  I feel for Kelly.  Colin in the comments has a few useful suggestions though.  Read them here …


Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #126

Ben gets annoyed about councils ditching affordable housing in building projects and briefly considers hugging a thug.  Find out why here …


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