I have been working really hard on our new Landlord Law site this week, mainly on the Eviction Guide. It’s been taking me longer than I thought it would as I had forgotten how detailed it is.
We also have a new content type now – ‘real-life stories’ and I keep remembering a story that would illustrate a point and have to stop to add it.
Still, I have nearly finished the eviction guide now – I think a couple more days will do it.
I then need to start work on transferring over all our tenancy agreements …
But what happened on the blog last week?
The Landlord Law Conference 2018 Video
Have a look at our video about our 2018 Conference which speaks for itself!
Why you need to be very careful who you use to evict your tenants
Following the recent case of Gill V. Kassam, I write why landlords need to be careful which firm they choose to run their case for them. Or they risk the Court striking it out.
Foundations in Landlord and tenant law – summing it all up
Read the final part in my series on Landlord and tenant law
Tessa Shepperson Newsround #66
My regular look at what has been in the housing news week
- Are Airbnb really responsible for the rise in rents?
- J of Nearly Legal is worried about the FTT rules and forms
- Which looks at how to make buy to let properties more appealing
- I will be at the Future Renting Conference on Thursday – see you there?
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