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Landlords and GDPR

Posted: 5th Apr 2018

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave 10 hours of testimony before the US Senate on the 10th and 11th of April 2018 – most of it connected with recent scandals surrounding the website’s disclosure of personal data about its members. For viewers this side of the Atlantic, the occasion may have helped reinforce the importance of Read the full article…

Landlords and Brexit

Posted: 26th Jul 2016

The shouting’s over now and the people of Britain have voted by referendum to cut the country’s ties with – and membership of – the European Union. The dust has by no means settled yet – the formal Brexit process will take two years even after the UK has formally applied to leave the EU Read the full article…

Landlord insurance and tenants

Posted: 3rd Feb 2016

At times, the relationship between landlord and tenant might be complicated. Especially if you are a new or “accidental” landlord you might be tempted into thinking that the best way of getting along with your tenants is to treat them almost as friends, in order to maintain an easy and mutually civil relationship. This is Read the full article…

Resident landlords – FAQs

Posted: 18th Jul 2015

What is a resident landlord? the term is more or less self-explanatory and refers to the landlord who rents out a room or rooms in part of property in which they continue to live as their only or principal place of residence; the definition and an overview of the essential rights and obligations of such Read the full article…