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By J
10/12/2010

Tis the season for giving (2)

As you all know, we six merry souls write NL because, well, we love housing / landlord and tenant law. Our fearless leader has even been described as a “nut”* for the subject. We’re glad that we can produce something that people find useful but, even that is secondary to the fact that we just enjoy writing about housing law.
It occurs to us, however, that you might find some value in what we do. We don’t want your money** but there are plenty of people who do. Accordingly, we’ve decided to ask that, if any of our readers find value in what we produce, they make a donation to either Centrepoint or Shelter. The donation pages are here and here, respectively.
Of course, if you don’t want to (or can’t afford to), you shouldn’t feel obligated to make a donation. We’ll keep writing about housing law regardless. But it would be an awfully nice thing to do.
With best wishes
Your NL Team

*probably a hazelnut. Or, possibly, at this festive time, a roast chestnut. Certainly not a peanut though.

** unless you want to instruct us in our professional capacities. In which case we do.

J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.

3 Comments

  1. simplywondered

    yay! good for you. an embarassingly small donation is on its way to centrepoint. you (and they) are worth more. thanks for another year of invaluable information.
    and apologies for the times when my comments get out of line. i’m sure it will continue.

    Reply
  2. J

    Thank you – I don’t think you’re one of our regular offenders on the comments!

    Reply

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