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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 30th October

An important week, this week, when legislation was published to end letting agent fees to tenants along with the government’s response to the consultation.

It also looks as if we will at long last get client money protection and proper regulation of letting agents.  Something good agents have been calling for, for a long time

But what happened on the blog this week?


Energy Efficiency Minimum Standards – the new rules

New government requirements for energy efficiency on rented homes


The state of the County Courts

Ben Reeve Lewis highlights the cutbacks that are affecting our County Courts


The Housing Crisis: Moving to where the homes are

This week in my series I look at the demographics of jobs and housing


If a tenant moves out, what is the legal situation regarding the remaining tenants?

This was a question that was asked in my Blog Clinic this week


Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #299

Ben takes a look at whats been going on in the housing news this week

Further Reading

  • Not a housing post but I thought this was an inspiring story from Kay Mellor in the Guardian
  • David Smith writes on how banning orders are moving a step closer
  • Interesting post and discussion about relocation agents and letting agents fees in Property Industry Eye
  • My post for TDS on viewings and inspections

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