Author:Paul Friend

Justice
Oct 30 2021

The cost of illegally evicting tenants

We see many eviction cases thrown out of court. However, we are seeing a distinct trend in courts now fining landlords and letting agents, for not using the legal eviction route. We always advocate following the legal route when removing a tenant. Here is a...

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Nov 03 2020

How to thrive and not just survive.

How to Thrive When Everything Feels Terrible Whilst the Government and the Pandemic stop us from supporting landlords with tenant evictions. I thought I would share a couple of articles I have recently read and potentially offer some support of a different kind. For some reason (another...

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Oct 14 2020

How important is a sense of humour

During this time, I have been reading up on how different things can impact on your life and make a particular situation better. One of the areas I explored was humour and how it makes us more resilient, creative and resourceful, skills we particularly need...

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Aug 20 2020

How to get your point across

How to Make Your Arguments Stronger. I wanted to share this with you. With the tenant eviction ban about to be lifted unless any last-minute U-turns by Boris and his team. I found this article to be interesting and will be applying some if not all...

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Aug 01 2020

Should we reopen schools.

SINCE THE BEGINNING of the coronavirus pandemic, children have been largely spared the worst health impacts of COVID-19. The same SARS-CoV-2 virus capable of killing a 50-year-old might leave a four-year-old unscathed. “Children are suffering in different ways from adults,” says Megan Tschudy, a paediatrician at the...

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