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Archive for the ‘Housing Law – Eviction’ Category

LANDLORDS! TENANTS! Tenancy Deposits…

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Did you know that from 6 April 2007 all tenancy deposits must be protected? (more…)

Liverpool Solicitors Meet As Legal Aid Cuts Begin To Bite.

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

The first real signs of how October’s legal aid cuts of ten per cent are likely to affect publicly funded criminal defence and other legal work to the local community have begun with the news late on Thursday 28 July that Law For All, the largest not-for-profit social welfare legal advice provider in England, had gone into administration.

Just ten days earlier, senior members of Liverpool Law Society (LLS) had met with councillors from Liverpool, Widnes, Halton and Knowsley, to discuss issues relevant to their fear of impending cuts making “Liverpool the worst hit region in the country” … … (more…)

How Landlords Terminate a Tenancy

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Many tenants are blissfully unaware of the legal steps, which their landlord must follow if they wish to recover possession of their property if the fixed term of the tenancy has come to an end.

1. When the original lease has ended

Once the lease comes to an end, the Landlord an allow the tenancy to continue on the same conditions, but he can remove the tenant with proper notice. Under the Housing Act 1988, a landlord must give the tenant, a Notice to Quit in writing (a section 21 notice) stating their intention to issue Court proceedings if the Tenant has not left within a period – this not less than two months. The landlord does not need to give a reason to do this – he only needs to prove that this notice has been validly served. (more…)