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A Day in History – Slum Landlords

Slum flatsRents are usually based on the ‘supply and demand’ rule—the more remand for rental housing there is, the higher the rents rise. It was the same a hundred years ago as it is today, which is something a recent article on the BBC news website touched upon when it published a fascinating article about a Glaswegian woman who was brave enough to take on the slum landlords at the start of WW1. Read more…

Landlords Face Potential PI Claims after Recent Bad Weather

House damaged by treeProperty solicitors are warning landlords that they could soon be looking at personal injury claims or worse if they don’t take care of trees growing on their land. A large number of trees and heavy branches have fallen in the recent spell of nasty weather. Obviously it is difficult to prevent this type of thing from happening, but if the tree is subsequently found to have been diseased, rotten or dead, any people affected by the fall are within their rights to claim for compensation. Read more…

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