Landlord faces harassment charge

A landlord from Bangor has been ordered to stand trial in the Crown Court after he was accused of harassing a tenant and causing her to leave her home. Matthew Betty from Wales, faces a total of five charges, one alleging unlawful harassment of an occupier and four of causing a tenant to leave. It

Rogue landlord ban

Camden Council obtained London’s first rogue landlord banning order. The banning order was against a man who repeatedly placed tenants’ lives at risk through letting out unsafe properties in the Euston and King’s Cross areas. Furthermore, he had issued some tenants with agreements in which he claimed he was the landlord, when he was actually

SRA delays immigration advice changes

The Solicitors Regulation Authority has agreed to delay rules that would have eased restrictions on how solicitors can provide immigration advice to the public. According to The Law Gazette, the changes were part of a revised set of standards and regulations. Solicitors would have been able to provide immigration advice and services from any type of