I hope you have been enjoying our weekly webinars with Landlord Law Conference Exhibitors?
Yesterday I set up the first webinar for after the Conference. I am going to be doing two types –
- Interviews – which will then go online on this blog for everyone to watch
- Learn at Lunchtime webinars with me giving training on specific topics – the recordings of these will only be available for +plus Landlord Law members.
You can now sign up for the first of the Learn at Lunchtime webinars which is going to be on tenancy agreements. But before that we have two more interviews – one with Joanna White this week and next week an interview with David Cox of ARLA. Sign up to all the webinars here.
But what happened on the blog this week?
Talking about PAT testing mainly with a couple of good comments from readers. Find out more here …
Looking at the doctrine of implied surrender and the case of Padwick Properties Ltd. Read it here …
There is an excellent comment to this post from barrister David Peachey, much better than my answer, so make sure you read the comments on this one. Scroll down from here …
Another fast track blog clinic post, but a bit hard to answer fully due to the lack of information provided. Read it here …
The next one in our series on the grounds for eviction in the Housing Act 1988. Read our take on it here …
Ben is still wavering over his EU voting but has some good news on the rogue landlord front. See what else he had to say here …
If you want to find out the causes of damp and mould, this is a good webinar to watch, despite the sound issues. Find it here …
- Four visions of the future of housing from Shelter
- The Birmingham Mail on Council Housing going for good
- The Gov’t finally accept an amendment for CMP – here is a report from the NLA
- Yet ANOTHER case with a deposit issues – this time on signature of prescribed information forms by companies
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