To help landlords (and indeed anyone in the Private Rented Sector) we will be making available a training course or video every week which will either be totally free of charge or at a very low cost.
Each course will be featured for one week – the week will run from every Wednesday.
All courses will be mobile friendly so you can view them on all your devices (although normally they will be best viewed via a desktop or laptop computer).
I hope you will enjoy this special ‘coronavirus lockdown feature’.
On Landlord Law we have a series of ‘Legal Basics’ courses to help you understand some of the fundamental but often unknown basics of our legal system. Over the next few weeks we will be making these available to you via our Lockdown Leaning.
The third of our Legal Basics courses looks at one of the building blocks of the legal system – contact law.
This is an important part of landlord and tenant law (a tenancy is a legal contract) but it is also an important part of everyday life.
This short course sets out very briefly the basics of how contract law works. There are also some classic contract law cases.
The Lockdown Learning courses will be mostly older courses which are being made available for you to view without charge. However you will no doubt be concerned about managing your properties NOW during this coronavirus pendemic.
To help with this we are running a special two part webinar series with housing barrister and Deputy District Judge Robert Brown.
We also want to help charities who are having a hard time just now with most of their fundraising events and shops closed by the emergency so we will be donating the net ticket proceeds to two of our featured charities. Tickets will cost just £12 (£10 + VAT).
Webinar 1: Dealing with Lettings – Thursday 9 April @ 10.30 am
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Webinar 2: Going to Court – Thursday 16 April @ 10.30 am
This will look at the following:
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