Tag Archives: Ending a tenancy

Article 8 Evictions – Human Rights? Cautionary Tales, Guest Columns, Latest Articles, Tenant Eviction

Having read Mary Latham’s article about landlord’s not being able to evict due to human rights law, I have been giving some thought to the speculation. I have worked for the public sector for over 25 years and during that time I have been heavily involved in considering human rights in everything I do. Therefore, I would like to think that I have some experience of article 8 and the implications it has. Continue reading Article 8 Evictions – Human Rights?

Landlords Working Guide Guest Columns, Lettings & Management

Landlords working guide to housing case law Abandonment etc

This is the first of a new and occasional series (In other words as the mood takes me) where I try to explain my world as an enforcement officer for landlord and tenant law to people in your world, PRS landlords just trying to get by.
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The various and wondrous ways that tenancies end Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management

This is the last in this series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

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