Landlord Law Conference Announcement
This has been a difficult week for everyone. For us, it has been the week we decided to cancel our Conference as a live event and change over to a virtual two-day conference instead.
I’m annoyed about it as the live conference is such a fun day, but I don’t think we really have any alternative. May, when our conference is/was due to take place is likely to be at the height of the coronavirus infection with about half the population confined to their homes and unable to travel.
So this means I have to grapple with new software and the technical aspects of setting up a ‘virtual’ event. I’m getting there!
I’ll be writing more about this later in a ‘proper’ post, but I just wanted to flag up here that we WILL be going ahead with the Conference, but that it is moving online.
I will be publishing a new information and signup page just as soon as I can. Hopefully towards the end of this week. Watch this space.
But what happened on the blog last week?
This was a question asked in my Blog Clinic this week from a landlord
Read the final part in my series of the removal of the no-fault found for possession under section 21
My look into the housing news this week
- The Landlord Law Telephone Attendance Note
- Solicitor’s seven-year “exile” ended by STaRs (ie ME)
- Jenrick ‘deeply disappointed’ by housing delivery in London
- RLA advice – Coronavirus – what should I do?
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