Being forced out of your rented home is not a position anyone wants to be in, and although it may be necessary in the landlord’s eyes there is still a chance that the eviction is unlawful. Here we look into the common grounds for eviction, what to look out for if you think the eviction is illegal and how you can contest the eviction notice.
So, you are about to fly the nest and rent your first place… or maybe you’ve been renting for a while now and are looking for a new place? Either way, you’ll need to go through the process of signing a tenancy agreement. It may seem like an inconvenient pain, but without a fair tenancy agreement in place, you could end up stuck in a bad situation. To help ensure a smooth rental period before you sign on the dotted line, take a look at some of our tenancy tips.
The sun is out and the local ice-cream seller is selling so many 99s, he’s preparing for early retirement to Monte Carlo. Your children have finally got the idea that eating salad and fruit won’t turn them into hamsters, sparing you from slaving in a hot kitchen. You’ve opened your second bottle of sun-protection of the summer. What can possibly go wrong?