We had a great workshop on Thursday with the wonderful Robert Brown talking about Block Management. Spoiled only by a duck flying into the window (yes it really happened).
We are now taking bookings for two more (hopefully duckless) workshops, with the equally wonderful David Smith. The first is his ever-popular workshop on HMO Law and Practice which will take place on 27 October at the Cambridge Belfry Hotel in Cambourne with its ginormous free car park.
The second will be on the somewhat scary topic of Consumer Law (scary as most landlords know nothing about it and it can carry fierce penalties) which will be held in the lovely Assembly House in Norwich on 8 December.
But what happened on the blog last week?
I take a different look at taxation on properties and talk about consumer law
A question asked by a tenant in my Blog Clinic this week – raising an issue that can be very frustrating for tenants
I continue my series on our legal system
A question asked in my Blog Clinic this week – which could happen quite easily to any landlord
I look at whats been happening in the housing news this week, even a bit of good news for a change!
- Former letting agent ordered to pay a confiscation order of over £1m made under the Proceeds of Crime Act
- How most Grenfell Residents are still living in hotels – no life for a child
- Better off areas to be asked to build up to 40% my houses
- See my legal update series on Property 118
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