A considerably longer than usual roundup this week as I took last weekend off, as it was Easter.
So this is what happened over the past two weeks on the blog.
This series was originally published on the Anthony Gold Blog it covers the Tenant Fees Act which comes into force on 1 June 2019.
Freelance Enforcement Officer, Ben Reeve Lewis, gives his view on the Government’s new guidance document.
Katie Gray, a housing barrister, will be one of the speakers at our Landlord Law Conference in May. Her talk is entitled Vacation rentals – should landlords be concerned?
This is the first in my series of Section 21 where I look into various aspects of the governments’ proposal to abolish the no-fault eviction ground for landlords.
Read Part 2 of David Smith’s series on the Tenant Fees Act
Tessa discusses the section 21 pre-requisites which help enforce standards
Tessa discusses another way section 21 can help tenants.
Ben Reeve Lewis looks at the proposal to end section21 from a different viewpoint
Our Landlord Law Conference is not far away now, read about Robert Brown one of our regular and respected speakers
Listen to my interview with Eddie Hooker of Hamilton Fraser
What has been in the housing news this week? Take a look at my Newsround
The Landlord Law News Blog Posts:-
- The End of Section 21 – What we know so far
- The Tenant Fees Act changes on Landlord Law
- Law for Leaseholder Landlords – a video course
- Section 21 or Form 6A?
- Our New Tenancy Receipt Form
- Meter Reading Notification Forms
- A new training Index Page
- Sadiq Khan explains what he has done and his plans for housing in London
- Find out what is being done about the housing crisis in California USA
- The RLA have launched a major survey – all landlords should respond
- Speaking out against Rabbit Hutch Britain
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