Quite a lot of newsletters this week – the Frontliner newsletter Ben and I write goes out on the first Tuesday of the month, and my Landlord Law newsletter goes out on the second Thursday of the month.
Sometimes they occur in the same week. Like this week! But I still quite enjoy doing them.
But what happened on the blog?
I look at tenancy agreements in my bigger picture series, but my conclusions do not meet with universal appeal. Find out why here …
A blog clinic question from a neighbour who is annoyed that the landlord of her neighbours is not putting fence panels backup. What can she do? See what I said here …
Another blog clinic question this – this time from a tenant who wants to give up his tenancy and buy a house. See what the problem is here …
A report of a case in Reading which just goes to show that it is the manager who will get fined in these circumstances not the landlord. Read more here …
Ben is enjoying his work this week, as a landlord tries to evict a tenant for rent arrears after trying to illegally evict her. He also has tales of threatened women’s refuges, the return of SARB and the ever present frustrations of s21. But no Shapps … Find out more here …
- An interesting article on Chancel repairs – if you live in the country you should read it
- Nearly Legal reports on a case where a tenant failed to get compensation for slipping on a painted step at her rented property
- The residents of Bath support planning curbs on HMO properties
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