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Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 29th August

Legal-update-300As well as writing on this blog, this week I have started a series of posts for Property118.

It’s quite a long series and is due to run for another two weeks.  If you want a legal update on all areas of law you can hop over and see it here.


Should you allow your tenant to rent a room to a lodger?

I look at the legal aspect of your tenants taking in lodgers.


Should law and justice be free? Part 1: Introduction

The start of a new series on the cost of law and justice.


Quiet Enjoyment: protection from rogue landlords by Arden, Brown and Madge-Wyld

Ben Reeve Lewis reviews one of his favourite legal text books.


Tessa Shepperson Newsround #22

I take a look at the what’s been going on in the Housing News this week

Further Reading

  • Useful article on Property Investor Today on investing in Student Properties
  • Call of the week from the RLA on expiring EPCs
  • A tenant explains why she is OK with being unable to buy her own home
  • ITV report on a new deal to fit solar energy panels on social housing to reduce tenants energy bills

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