The sun is shining as I write which is rather lovely. Lots of things in the pipeline – there is my Learn at Lunchtime webinar coming up on Friday, and I have been setting up some interview webinars which I will announce later.
I am also in the process of developing some handy ‘kits’ for you. These will be on specific problems and will give detailed guidance on how the problem can be resolved while complying with the law.
The first one will be to help landlords who failed to protect their deposits and will tell you exactly what you need to do in order to be able to serve a valid section 21 notice.
But what happened on the blog? There was no post on Monday as it was a bank holiday, so we go straight to
This ground is not used very often (with good reason) but it is useful to know it is there. Ben talks us through it and I chip in at the end. Read about it here …
A blog clinic post on the common theme of landlords and agents wanting to let themselves in. Some interesting discussion. Read it here …
These are some points which one of my Landlord Law members suggested to me might be of interest – so I used them as the basis for a post. Take a look here …
Ben’s usual Friday column – on the correct day this week. Find it here …
- On why foreigners owning housing is not the problem – it is where their money goes
- A wonderful video on the power of introverts
- Scores of MPs call for Land Registry privatisation to be called off
- Giles at Nearly Legal does a flow chart on the validity of s21 notices
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