The blog is now closed down over Easter. Next post will be Tuesday. Tessa Photo by Rogerio Zgiet
Discussing why it would be a good idea for a bit of landlord & tenant law to be taught in schoolsContinue Reading
Sometimes it is good to check up on tenants – they may be in trouble and need help. Continue Reading
Considering the the government suggestion that houseboats could solve the housing crisis. It may help slightly, but what we really need is more houses.Continue Reading
Ben is on his sickbed this week, but nevertheless is able to bring you reports of rampage on the streets and property scamsContinue Reading
[This week our intrepid reporter Ben Reeve Lewis considers renting property out for the Olympics and transport Sarf of the river ... ] I try to think of different angles each week for this column. I use a thing called Google Reader to gather my information. It is a tremendously useful add-on to Google whereby youContinue Reading
I have received the following cry for help from Sudheer via the Landord Law Blog clinic: My tenant has been with me for last 3 terms of 6 months, renewed as ‘six months- no break’. He requested me to go for a six months renewal again in December ’10, which I agreed to and thenContinue Reading
The Landlord Law Blog from Tessa Shepperson
Tessa is an English lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law.
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.
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