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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 13th November

Coffee and ComputerI did a very silly thing on Friday.  While attempting to chop up a swede for dinner I succeeded only in chopping off a small part of the top of one of my fingers.

Which meant that most of that evening was spent in A&E at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital (where they were all lovely by the way – our National Health Service is FANTASTIC).

It was the middle finger of my left hand which is now all strapped up and I have to be very careful with it until it has healed up.   Which, as I am a touch typist, makes things a bit difficult!

So Dear Reader, in order to save it a bit of grief, I am going to take a break from the blog – so there won’t be any posts probably for about a week.

I can’t stop work altogether as we have our Black Friday offer but I will be trying to take it a bit easier.  Although I may also investigate the voice to text feature in my computer.

But what happened on the blog last week?

Monday

Tenants rights re excess cold and loss of use of a room

A question asked in my Blog Clinic by a tenant who has two issues he is seeking to resolve with this landlord

Tuesday

Are shift workers entitled to require their landlords not to ring them during the day?

This was another interesting question asked in my Blog Clinic this week by a tenant

Wednesday

The Housing Crisis: Lodgers

I continue my series looking into the Housing crisis and how taking lodgers may help

Thursday

A podcast interview with Dr Stephen Battersby

Listen to my interview with Dr Battersby who is an EHO and part of the team which created the Housing and Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS)

Friday

Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #300

Ben signs off with us with his final look at whats been going on in the housing world this week

Further Reading

  • A warning to all Welsh agents who have not yet registered with Rent Smart Wales and got their licence
  • And to all agents who don’t’ show whether they offer Client Money Protection
  • The government is running yet another review, this time of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations
  • Nearly Legal looks at homelessness,  Universal Credit and the s21 notices served by GAP Property

black FridayPlease also take a look at our Black Friday deals – huge discounts off some of our training courses, including our new online course on Block Management.

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