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21/05/2009

And… relax

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?

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

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