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Author: Barristers and solicitors
Group blog by practitioners in welfare, housing, landlord and tenant and public law.
An uncaring indifference to wrong and right
We’re on a break
Research project to identify and expose the legal gaps exposed by the Grenfell fire
Job Ad – London Bridge
Dwelling in temporary accommodation
Author: Tessa Shepperson
Thoughts on residential landlord and tenant/housing law and practice. Thoughts on law. Or just thoughts.
Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #296
Should law and justice be free? Part 4: Lawyers fees
The Housing Law Casebook 7th edition by Nic Madge and Sam Madge-Wyld
What are a tenants rights when the letting agent has lied to them about their property?
Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 11 September
Tessa Shepperson Newsround #23
How can I evict my tenants wife when she is not a tenant?
Should law and justice be free? Part 3: Our Complex System
Publisher: Addleshaew Goddard
Author: Contributors from Arden Chambers and Legal Action Group
Bedroom tax: round 2
Joined up thinking
Showing your workings
A long and winding road, yet there is still further to go…
Forgiveness or permission?
The Right to Buy- Where are we now?
The Equality Act – what next?
Allocation, Allocation, Allocation (Part 2)
Author: PainSmith Solicitors
Specialist property law blog, mainly landlord and tenant
Agent’s fees – Wales cont’d
Agent’s fees – Wales
Job vacancy – Paralegal
Right to Rent – Home Office enforcement figures
The Risk Assessment
Customer Due Diligence – Practical steps
High Court Writ