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Author: Barristers and solicitors
Group blog by practitioners in welfare, housing, landlord and tenant and public law.
A Housing Court – MHCLG have some odd questions for you.
The way of the Wilsons
Job Ads – Hammersmith & Brighton
Service charge claims – paying trial fees and concurrent jurisdiction
Who needs a wall anyway? Unfit to occupy and risk of collapse
Author: Tessa Shepperson
Thoughts on residential landlord and tenant/housing law and practice. Thoughts on law. Or just thoughts.
Tessa Shepperson Newsround #76
Can this tenant be evicted in two weeks because he has no tenancy agreement?
How Rent Repayment Orders work
Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 5th November
Tessa Shepperson Newsround #75
What are the prospects of the ruling in the Caridon Property Ltd v Monty Shooltz being changed?
Is a ‘let only’ agent responsible for HMO licensing?
Landlord Law Blog Roundup from 29th October
Publisher: Addleshaew Goddard
Author: Contributors from Arden Chambers and Legal Action Group
Whose fee is it anyway?
It’s cold outside
The Queen in the North
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?