After all the excitement of the Conference and workshops (our last spring workshop was last week) we now have a fairly quiet period at Landlord Law Towers.
Time for us to plan and work towards new projects, and also time for me to learn some new software.
I have recently bought Photoshop, an unbelievably complex program, with which I hope to be able to do my own web banners and boxes.
My first effort is the HMO Basics series logo, based on a photo I took a few years ago (pictured).
Big thanks to Nick Tadd of Property Tribes who kindly gave up some of his time to give me some pointers the other day.
But what happened on the blog?
I have just done a new help video for our tenancy agreements service, so a quick post just looking at what is on offer at Landlord Law – find out more here …
This post takes a look at one of the four definitions of an HMO. This is the one that people normally think of and the main focus of the series. See what it is here …
Not protecting the deposit causes all sorts of problems – how will this affect the use of a break clause? Find out here …
Having inherited a property, this Blog clinic questioner wants to recover possession – but there is no tenancy agreement and he is a remote relative. See what the options are here …
Ben is talking about knockers today, people who knock council services. He also has views on changes to section 21 which most readers in the comments disagree with. Take a look and see what you think here …
- Landlord Today discusses the governments plans to restrict retaliatory eviction
- HMO Landlady talks about implementing the Immigration Act
- The Guardian reports the relaunch of the Green Deal
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