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Landlord Law Blog Clinic form - Fast Track service

Pay a modest fixed fee of £36 (£30 + VAT) and get your question answered within a couple of days - as opposed to the free clinic where there is a delay of one to three months.

Please complete this form, tick the box regarding our terms and conditions and then make payment (pay pal or credit card only).

Note that the clinic can only be used for questions regarding private sector short residential lettings (eg ASTs or protected tenancies). Questions cannot be answered regarding social housing, long lease problems or problems regarding commercial lettings such as shops and offices. See below right for more information on the sort of problems that will be considered..

As your answer will be published on the Landlord Law Blog, you may get other readers commenting and giving advise also. However, if they felt that they could be held legally liable for any problems that might arise from a wrong answer given by mistake, no-one would give any answers.

So it is therefore a condition of submitting a question that you agree that that you will not hold any person commenting on the post responsible for any losses or problems you may experience as a result of the answers given. This is also set out in my terms and conditions.

Needless to say you will also, by using this form to send us details of your problem, be deemed to have given your consent to your problem being published on the Landlord Law Blog.

We will not publish your email, or your name if you would prefer us not to. See the question about this below.

We will notify you at the email address provided if your question is answered. If I am not able to answer your question within 14 days your payment will be refunded to you via pay pal.

Questions are answered at my discretion, and no questions will be answered unless the fixed fee has been paid first.

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    Sorry about the Captcha box by the way, I know they are irritating but they DO cut down on the spam ...
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The Landlord Law Blog from Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is an English lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law.


Legal Services

Legal services are provided via Tessa's online service Landlord Law. Some advice services are provided by Tessa, other legal services are provided by specialist housing firm Anthony Gold.


Disclaimer

The purpose of this blog is to provide information, comment and discussion. Although Tessa, or guest bloggers, may from time to time, give helpful comments to readers' questions, these can only be based on the information given by the reader in his or her comment, which may not contain all material facts. Any comments or suggestions provided by Tessa or any guest bloggers should not therefore be relied upon as a substitute for legal advice from a qualified lawyer regarding any actual legal issue or dispute.


Nothing on this website should be construed as legal advice or perceived as creating a lawyer-client relationship (apart from the Fast Track block clinic service - so far as the questioners only are concerned).


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