In this Houses in Multiple Occupation post focusing on HMO prosecutions, solicitor David Smith warns about what is likely to happen and gives advice on what you should do
HMO stands for House in Multiple Occupation.
The HMO Basics Series of posts is a collaboration between Tessa Shepperson and HMO Expert David Smith of Anthony Gold Solicitors.
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We look at Temporary Exemption Notices (TENS) and when you can apply for them, and penalties for not getting an HMO License for your House in Multiple Occupation
In this post on HMO licensing we look at Local Authority conditions imposed on licenses and what they cannot do.
Our HMO Basics series has now reached the important issue of the HMO license and the criteria that landlords (or their managers) must comply with to get a license
Many landlords of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) will need to get a license from the Local Authority. We consider when this is necessary in this post and look at the rules
Showing how early advice to an HMO landlord helped when he was prosecuted by the Local Authority re the condition of his HMO properties