The house is a little quieter now my son has gone back to school, and the air is starting to have an autumnal nip in it.
I always like the autumn. It tends to be time of new beginnings – the start of a new academic year, and in our case, the start of a new business. Our Easy Law Training company, which Ben and I are working away at.
I have been doing a fair amount of work on the main Easy Law Training website.
But what happened on the blog?
I look at possible solutions to the problem of bad tenants in my long running series and make a few suggestions. No-one has commented as yet – does that mean I wonder that you all agree with me, or that you all think its total rubbish? Take a look here …
A readers question – she keeps hearing scratching sounds from her attic which she thinks is a rat – can she move out? See what I have to say here …
This landlord lives elsewhere and rents out rooms in her house. Are they lodgers? What do you think? Find out more here …
If your tenancy refers to a mysterious s196 and you don’t know what it means – this post is for you. Find out more here …
Writing in the narrow space of time left to him between dealing with illegal eviction at work, and slaving over our new training comoany at home, Ben writes on Prisk, old chestnuts, planning, and dealing with karioke neighbours. You’ll find it all here …
- A sensible article from solicitor David Smith on agency fees
- An interesting unlawful eviction case report from Nearly Legal
- Mark Alexander of Property 118 writes an open letter to the new housing minister, and
- An awful warning to landlords about under insuring your properties
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