I did a very enjoyable webinar with Ben Beadle of TDS on Thursday (which will be published, probably tomorrow – it is already live on the Landlord Law Podcast on iTunes).
We had loads of questions, indeed so many that we were not able to answer them all. Which led Ben to suggest that we might do a ‘Surgery’ webinar together. So we decided to give it a go and you can sign up to the first on 2 November here. If people like it we may make it a regular event.
It’s going to be confusing though with TWO Ben’s in my life …
But what happened on the blog?
Inspired by an article in the Guardian, this post looks at the role of the National Trust. Read it here …
A blog clinic post where I consider what rights tenants have to purchase the freehold of the property they live in. Find out more here …
I start a new series on tenant breaches – based on some research commissioned by Direct Line. Quite a few comments! Read them here …
The first post in this series looks at the most common breach – rent arrears. See my advice to tenants here …
Ben’s hand has healed up so he is back on form. Read this week’s offering here …
- David Orr tells Mrs May she must ditch the rule book to get houses built
- My Deposits have a free guide on damp and mould
- Tenants win compensation for disrepair against the Wilsons
- Giles Peaker writes in the Guardian about the risks of shared ownership
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