There are good and bad in both tenants and landlords. Tenants may pay their rent on time and look after the place they call home, or they may not. Landlords may observe their obligations to their tenants, including the requirement to keep the rented property in good repair, or they may not. However, failure of landlords to observe their duties to their tenants carries a far greater potential penalty than that for tenants and the law is very much weighted in a tenant’s favour to ensure that tenants are not taken advantage of by unscrupulous landlords
Planning for a wedding is an exciting time and there is so much to think about. Chances are that a Pre-nuptial Agreement is not one of the things on your to-do list, however, that could be a mistake and in some circumstances, it could be very important.
Following the abolition of Employment Tribunal Fees last year in the wake of the Unison case the Ministry of Justice has said that it has seen a 90% increase in the Employment Tribunal cases brought in the three months to December 2017.
Property holders that hold land adjacent to watercourses, or who have access to water from rivers and streams, should protect their rights as these may be of value particularly as the climate continues to change whether or not fishing rights are involved.