Nearly Legal is a specialist housing law website, run by solicitors and barristers practising in the field.

The site provides information, updates and discussion on housing, leasehold and landlord & tenant law. It is all free, but it is just our opinions, not legal advice (we can't give legal advice here). Everything that the site offers is set out below.

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Deja vu all over again

[Update 12 August 2019 – MHCLG have acknowledged that this was an error and have corrected the form 6A on the gov.uk page, with a note. So that form is OK to use again.]   On 8 August 2019, MHCLG published an amended Form 6A section 21 notice on the gov.uk site.  According to the […]

How to rent guides – sneak updates

Many thanks to Rich Greenhill (@RichGreenhill ) for spotting this. The last official update to the MHCLG ‘How to Rent’ Guide was on 31 May 2019, to take into account the Tenant Fees Act 2019. However, since then, there have been two further changes to the Guide, sneaked out without anything to announce on the […]

Job Ad – Westminster

University of Westminster Student Law Clinic The University of Westminster Student Law Clinic is looking for solicitors and barristers with experience in housing, employment or family law to supervise students on a part time basis, to start in October 2019. Supervisors will be paid as part time visiting lecturers on an hourly rate. The commitment […]

Fixed terms that then aren’t

Livewest Homes Ltd v Bamber (2019) EWCA Civ 1174 This was the Court of Appeal hearing of a second appeal on the issue of when six months notice of intention to terminate a tenancy must be given under section 21(1B). We noted the first appeal here. The brief facts. Ms B was granted a 7 […]

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