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Category Archives: Landlord and Tenant
This was the subject of a decision in Walcott v Jones & Jones. Central London County Court, 15 November 2017 The tenants, who commenced a tenancy in 2007, argued that the Section 21 served was invalid because the Landlord had … Continue reading
Following the recent A level results, many first-time students will be looking for last-minute accommodation, if they aren’t heading to their first choice of university with an assured place in the halls of residence. Parents can help guide the rookie … Continue reading
Do you have a property or block which is letting the rest of your portfolio down? Are you encountering ongoing and unresolved disputes that are proving difficult to resolve? Most estate or property managers will likely have at least one … Continue reading
In today’s Autumn Statement Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that Letting Agents can no longer charge tenants for their admin fees and that responsibility must fall to the Landlords The Chancellor said: “We’ve seen these fees rise, despite our attempts to … Continue reading
As winter approaches and the nights start drawing in landlords and property managers might find themselves facing increasing issues with tenants and leaseholders due to the inclement weather. The winter weather brings with it a whole multitude of potential issues for … Continue reading
Backtracking on the contentious cuts to Working Tax Credits caught the headlines when Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Budget statement, alongside a boost to building and good news for first time buyers. The Chancellor announced the allocation of £4 … Continue reading
On October 1st 2015 the Deregulation Act 2015 came into force which has major implications for Landlords serving s21 notices. So what are the changes? The new rules restrict a landlord from serving a s21 where the tenant has made … Continue reading
Following on from my previous blog entitled ‘Why is Retail suffering more in this recession?’ I referred to rent negotiations in my article. I feel that it is worthwhile examining the complexities of Administrator and Landlord negotiations when a retail business … Continue reading