After the rather pressured posts of the last few days, time for a quick tiptoe through the Nearly Legal search logs for the search terms that brought people here that, let me be honest, are beyond even our considerable collective power to answer:
law on rabbit infestations
Unless you live next door to an inadequately secured rabbit farm – in which case nuisance is your friend – I suspect that you’ll find that housing law is, well, limited on bunnys and a surfeit thereof.
secret ways to break assured shorthold tenancy agreements
Secret? The mind boggles. Ways to break an AST that nobody except a shadowy hidden cabal of tenancy voiders know about? Alas, where is the Dan Brown of Landlord & Tenant? But of course, as a possessor of the hermetic codex of private sector tenancies, I would say that, wouldn’t I?
kafka housing what is
Look, I have spent years immersed in central European modernist literature. I have subsequently spent years frolicking through housing law. This is probably the only website on which your question would have a chance of being understood, let alone answered. But I haven’t got a clue, unless it is about a cockroach infestation.
i am a subtenant and i use the property for the sexual properties would i be liable under english law
Ummm, or in the alternative Ermm?
to operate legally i need to inform croydon council
There is a possibility that this is the same searcher as the previous question. Croydon Council beware.
And while we are here, may I lay claim to being one of the first, if not the first, to tell an unsuspecting hitherto tolerated trespasser that they now had a replacement tenancy, whatever their Council landlord told them – 9.25 am on 20 May. Any competition?