Letting Property during the Coronavirus Emergency Webinars

April 6, 2020

Robert Brown

In this strange new world we are living in during the coronavirus lockdown, new rules apply – some of which affect rented property.  What now are landlords rights and obligations?

The biggest blow to many landlords is the fact that they are unable to evict bad tenants.  Sometimes even where tenants would like to move they are unable to.  This is causing all sorts of problems.

To help landlords and agents grapple with the new regime I have commissioned housing barrister and Deputy District Judge Robert Brown to deliver two webinars to explain things to us – one on general issues and one specifically on what is happening in the courts. 

Replays will be available if you are unable to attend the live webinar.

As this is a very difficult time for our charities, who have more to do at a time when they have had to close their shops and can no longer run fundraising events, we are making a modest charge of £12 for each webinar with proceeds to the British Red Cross and Crisis UK.

The two webinars are as follows:

Webinar 1: Dealing with Lettings – Thursday 9 April @ 10.30 am

This will look at the following:

  • Repairs
  • EPC, gas & electricity inspections
  • Tenants withholding rent
  • Buy-to-let & mortgage providers
  • Viewings & new tenancies
  • Net proceeds of this webinar will go to the British Red Cross

Webinar 2: Going to Court – Thursday 16 April @ 10.30 am

This will look at the following:

  • What is happening to possession hearings?
  • Existing possession orders
  • Accelerated claims
  • Other court proceedings
  • Notices during the pandemic
  • Net proceeds of this webinar will go to Crisis UK

Robert will also answer questions in both webinars.

Book your place via the links below.  Once you have paid,  access the webinar live and the replays via the link in your emailed receipt.

Two webinars to help you learn about letting property during the coronavirus emergency with #landlordlaw AND help raise funds for charity

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