Landlords entering a tenant’s property without permission can be a real problem. What is the law? In law, landlords are supposed to give not less
This is the first of a new series we will be running of video discussions. In this discussion, Harriet and myself (Tessa Shepperson) discuss whether
Assistance animals v. emotional support animals It will generally be considered discriminatory for a landlord to refuse to allow a tenant to keep an ‘assistance
In the era of AirBnB, and short-term lettings posted on spareroom.com, could your agreement be considered an Assured Shorthold Tenancy? Answer – Yes! It could be.
Many of you will have seen the news this winter that the Energy Price Cap has risen by 54% and will be worried about the impact this
Rent Repayment Orders are becoming increasingly popular as they become better known among tenants. They are claims brought in the First Tier Tribunal by tenants
We are delighted to announce that Newbold Solicitors have now joined our telephone advice panel. About Newbold Solicitors Newbold are an award-winning firm specialising in
The problem with pets Traditionally landlords have in most cases refused to allow tenants to keep pets. However, more and more tenants want to keep