I should have done this roundup yesterday, but you know how it is! There is always some project to do.
At the moment it is drafting up my notes for some training I am doing for solicitors in Nottingham this week.
I’ve decided to use the ‘notes’ feature in powerpoint, which is actually pretty good.
So the handout will be pages with the slide at the top and the notes underneath. Which will also include space for them to add their own notes during the training.
I should have used this before really. I will certainly do it again.
But what happened on the blog?
I publish a readers story – she has had to suffer problem neighbours for years and no-one seems to be able to help.
A tenant asks to leave early and the landlord agrees – on condition she allows the landlord to market the flat. The tenant fails to operate – can the landlord sue for the o/s rent? See my comments here …
Tenants property is damaged by the ceiling falling caused by water ingress – not the landlords fault but she owns the upstairs property. Is she liable to the tenants? David Smith answered this one here …
John’s landlord gives him permission to instal a sky dish but the freeholders then make him take it down again. Has he a claim against his landlord? See here …
Ben is outraged at stories of London letting agents discriminating against black tenants. See what else he had to say this week here …
- Nearly Legal writes about the governments proposals for housing
- Ben writes in the Guardian about immigration checks excluding ethnic minorities from renting
- I write about using special landing page software in your website on my new blog