A post from The Landlord Law Blog:
Well, this has been a busy old week.
Wednesday I had my quarterly Council meeting for the Property Redress Scheme, Thursday we had our annual Legal Update Workshop and Friday I did a webinar with Tim Frome of Hamilton Fraser!
The webinar will be going on the blog next week sometime so you will be able to see it if you missed it. We filmed the Update workshop so that should be available in a few weeks as an online course (sign up here if you would like to be told when this happens).
But what happened on the blog last week?
Airbnb renting and the Law – Introduction
I start a new series looking at renting out property via Airbnb. Find out more here …
Tenant penalties for breaching tenancy rules – changing the locks
Quite a lot of comments as you would expect on this one – join in the conversation here …
Airbnb renting and the law – do you have the right to rent?
We are talking here of the landlord’s right to rent not the tenants. There are more things to think about than you might realise. Read about them here …
Can a new freeholder / leaseholder change the outside lock of the building without consent?
A blog clinic question this and looking for your comments! Give your opinion here …
Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #271
Ben’s weekly look at housing news and issues. Read it here …
- Another issue and problem regarding warrants of possession explained by Nearly Legal
- The BBC reports Councils demanding freedom to build more homes
- Gov’t looking to extend mandatory HMO licensing + new consultation
- Up to 70% of eviction notices probably illegal says law firm
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