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Tenants with lifestyle flaws

Katrine Sporle
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Unfortunately, being in the oldest profession in the world does not make a model tenant… says Katrine Sporle, The Property Ombudsman.

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Possession is nine-tenths of the law

Laura Checkley, Pemberton Greenish LLP
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But which law? A landmark ruling on possession has put the Housing Act ahead of human rights law as Laura Checkley, a partner at Pemberton Greenish LLP, explains.

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This is Generation Rent

PROPERTYdrum
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Almost half of UK renters believe that they will never be in a position to buy their own home and that may be because so much of their income is now going…

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Tenancy deposit deadline day

Letting agents and property managers are being encouraged to urge landlords to check that their tenants’ deposits have been stored in a Government-protected scheme by the close of play today (Tuesday 23rd…

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New protection for tenants and landlords

PROPERTYdrum

Letting agents are now required to publish full details of the fees they charge. In addition, agents are also obliged to state whether or not they are a member of a client…

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Regulation of the letting agents needed, says CEO

PROPERTYdrum

The newly elected Conservative Government should make the regulation of letting agents a priority in a bid to deal with unscrupulous letting agencies and help improve standards in the industry, according to…

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