Having got the work on the new ‘right to rent’ content out of the way, I have been free to go back to working on our Consumer Law online course which is finally now online.
This is the film footage of a workshop with David Smith last year and is quite one of the most important online training courses we have run.
The statutes and regulations described by David are often little known and frequently ignored but there are substantial penalties for non-compliance. The course is aimed at letting agents but will also be useful for landlords and advisors.
You will find it here.
But what happened on the blog this week?
An important post containing important guidance for landlords on the new regulations which came into force that date. Read them here …
A blog clinic post and one which shows that you should never trust your relatives … Find out why here …
The next part in our series, looking at ground 2 this time. Read it here …
A re-working of an old post to take account of the new system I have for landlords allowing tenants to keep pets. Read about it here …
Ben’s mind is running on war and crime this week but he gives a great receipt for crab soup at the end. Find it here …
- Robin Stewart at Anthony Gold on the new retaliatory eviction rules
- The Economist considers the undersupply of homes in England
- ARLA argues for a new Housing Court
- Oliver Wainwright in the Guardian writes on new housing for London and opening up the planning process
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