A busy week for me this week with a Property Redress Scheme meeting on Wednesday and the ARLA Conference in Norwich on Thursday (which was excellent).
I took the opportunity at the ARLA Conference to do quite a long interview with MD David Cox when we talked about all the rule changes that agents are having to grapple with.
It will be part of the next Landlord Law TV program.
I’m also down to do the legal hour on LBC with Clive Bull again, this Thursday so listen out for that if you are in London.
But what happened on the blog?
I try to work out exactly what the new rules are going to mean. See if you agree with me, here …
Announcing our next Conference which will be on 12 May next year. Find out more here …
A review of the new edition of this excellent legal text book and the new online service – read about it here …
A blog clinic question – see what my view was here …
Ben has to smile at an American view of England. See what else he found in the news here …
- The BBC fears that the new landlord rent checks could cause racism
- David Smith predicts it could take us back to Rachman days
- Shelter looks at a new law (or rather re-instatement of an old law) that rented homes be fit for habitation
- Landlord Today asks if Generation Rent is being overlooked
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