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The Government has announced its plans to abolish the Section 21 eviction process otherwise known as the ‘no fault eviction’. This poses the obvious question of whether in fact, Housing law is moving towards a more tenant friendly approach and whether this will be the potential solution for the leading cause of homelessness in England.
Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors continue to act for a number of clients arrested during the Extinction rebellion cases. On Wednesday 10 April 2019 at City of London Magistrates, the Court agreed to adjourn one of those cases to August 2019 pending the outcome of an ongoing High Court challenge about charging decisions arising out of the Extinction Rebellion protests and noted that these cases raise serious issues regarding the rights of protester involved under the Human Rights Act.
You may have heard time and time again that there is a housing shortage coupled with affordability in purchasing a property which means that it is a landlord’s market, even with Brexit on the horizon.Most landlords will instruct a letting agent to manage their properties. This presents its own problems because letting agents will charge the landlord for their services, but more importantly tenants are also lumbered with often hidden and unreasonable charges which they have to meet in addition to their rental obligations, which could include fees for...