I can’t believe its nearly December. Where has the year gone?
I suppose mostly in working on new projects. One of these has now more or less finished – the Easy Law for Landlords course for my new company Easy Law Training Ltd.
I finally managed to get the Worldpay connection sorted so now you can signup and pay online and its all automatic. Not as hard as I thought in the end. You can view the miracle here.
I’m also working on a new service to help tenants whose landlords have not protected their deposit – the first part is finished and you can see it here.
But what happened on the blog?
I reach C in my Landlords A-Z series. Take a look here …
This is a review of my new ebook by Ben Reeve Lewis. Its ta book o help tenants panicking when the summons drops through the door. It will also be useful for advisors. Read what Ben thinks about it here …
A tenant has been given a contractual monthly periodic tenancy and asks if the two month notice period is legal. Most readers seems to agree with my analysis. See why here …
This is a blog clinic question from the partent of a student tenant – one of the students has left. Who has to pay her rent? See what I and others think about it here …
Bens usual Friday column. This week he has plucked up the courage to tell Frazzy he doesn’t like her cardie, and also has a few things to say about government action on the housing front. Read it all here …
- Who pays for the damage done by Police when arresting a tenant at your property? See this helpful post from Property 118
- Olympic landlords come unstuck – a news item from Landlord Today about landlords who evicted tenants expecting high returns from the Olympics
- Nearly Legal is worried about the legal basis for property guardians – can you really get them to leave when you want your property back?
- The Audit Commission reports extensive fraud in the social housing sector