I’ve been busy developing some new services for Landlord Law this week. Its all been busy busy busy.
Then of course everything had to stop on Saturday night for the Day of the Doctor – did you watch it, wasn’t it fabulous?
I have also been working on the notes for my workshop next week on Ending Tenancies. Bookings have gone well – we only have two places left!
But what happened on the blog?
This one went out by mistake on Sunday. I must have clicked the publish button as I suddenly found it was live. Its a long time since I did that. But its a good service and if you are unlucky enough to have squatters in your property, could be just the job. Read about it here …
This post is worth reading mainly due to the superior quality of the comments at the end, including comments from surveyor Steven Way and from solicitor Timonthy Waitt from Anthony Gold. Read it here …
The next in my series on tenancy agreements, here looking at agreements for resident landlords. Are they lodgers or not? Find out here …
Housing Journalist Samir Jeraj turns his eye to Brazil and he takes a look at the housing laws there. See what he found out here …
Another blog clinic question, this one also attracted some interested comments from readers. Take a look at them here …
A fun packed column this week looking at RIPA nightmares, data protection and the audit commission. Yes, well, but it is Ben so it IS entertaining. Honest. Check it out here …
- Nearly Legal writes of a successful bedroom tax decision
- Landlord today warns of ID Fraud risks for landlords
- A Sheffield landlord is jailed
- The Guardian says that UK Property taxes are the highest in the developed world