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  1. Only if you had previously lived in the property! me thinks
  2. This is what I have been looking for: In principle an Art 8 defence could be raised against a claim brought by a private landlord. In both Zehentner v Austria (20082/02) and Belchikova v Russia (2408/06) the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has held that—even where the claimant was a private person—Art 8 required that the court assess the proportionality of an eviction. http://www.newlawjournal.co.uk/nlj/content/valuable-possession-take-2
  3. Landlords in the private sector face prospect of not be able to evict private tenants. It seems the courts being a public body have to apply the HRA 1998. http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1wkfq/LandlordampBuytoLetM/resources/22.htm
  4. Tap the post code in here: https://ebusiness.voa.gov.uk/err/
  5. This issue will be heard by way of Judicial review to decide if the DWP and or its agencies have been acting ultra vires ( outside theirs powers). By the common laws of England no man can own the property rights in an other, which has always been the law, confirmed in the Somersett's case 1772 ( LCJ Mansfield). The issue for the court therefore to decide, has miss Reilly by verdure of the fact she made a claim for JSA and agreed to look for work transferred her property rights( the management of her time and labour) to the state to employ as they see fit, if so the DWP are not acting ultra vires, if however the court finds to the contrary, they are acting outside their powers In contractual law the fact that Miss Reilly has agreed to voluntary spent time and her labour at a museum to further her work experience would be sufficient consideration to support the agreement, the fact she considered working at poundland to have no value to her, is well with in her rights at common law and under the HR Act. . P.S However I believe Miss Reilly's legal representation are actioning the matters under the HR Act article 4(1,2). The judge that hears this action I'm quit sure will be aware of the importance of h/her decision and one well worth reading.
  6. Have you heard about a rogue landlord? Let Shelter know. Get tough on rogues. What is your council doing to punish rogue landlords? Demand action in your area It only takes minutes to report a rogue. Then let Shelter do the work to prosecute them. http://england.shelter.org.uk/campaigns/evictroguelandlords
  7. Humphrys concludes that the public don't like what they see as a growing sense of entitlement among some groups claiming benefits, and politicians respond to the public mood. He argues that there is strong consensus across political divides, and that reform would edge the UK back towards the original Beveridge vision of welfare. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b016ltsh
  8. Factory orders fell at their fastest pace in a year in October and firms expected to cut output as worries about the euro zone debt crisis weighed on sentiment, the CBI's October industrial trends survey showed on Wednesday. The Confederation of British Industry survey's total order book balance fell to -18 this month from -9 in September, the lowest since October 2010 and confounding expectations for a steady reading of -9. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/10/26/uk-britain-factory-idUKTRE79P2AY20111026
  9. It may be time to watch this video again posted here some time ago. 'The Austrian Bust' Prof. Krassimir Petrov.
  10. Have a search on this forum:http://www.gardenlaw.co.uk/phpBB2/index.php
  11. British justice, is composed of a jury, deciding how has the best barrister!
  12. At our ADR workshop in Leeds last week I was interested to learn that some of the attendees weren’t aware of the changes proposed by the Localism Bill that will affect tenancy deposit protection under the Housing Act 2004 (the Act). http://www.thedpsblog.com/?p=862
  13. The US fears that Saudi Arabia, the world's largest crude oil exporter, may not have enough reserves to prevent oil prices escalating, confidential cables from its embassy in Riyadh show. The cables, released by WikiLeaks, urge Washington to take seriously a warning from a senior Saudi government oil executive that the kingdom's crude oil reserves may have been overstated by as much as 300bn barrels – nearly 40%. The revelation comes as the oil price has soared in recent weeks to more than $100 a barrel on global demand and tensions in the Middle East. Many analysts expect that the Saudis and their Opec cartel partners would pump more oil if rising prices threatened to choke off demand. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/feb/08/saudi-oil-reserves-overstated-wikileaks
  14. QUOTE "Rising rent inflation has forced more than 100,000 more renters into the flatshare market over the past year, according to the latest research from easyroommate.co.uk, a flatsharing website. The average number of renters living as flatmates or lodgers has increased since a year ago as renters abandon living alone to save on increasing rents. Jonathan Moore, a director of the website, said that the low level of mortgage lending to first-time buyers had been a bottleneck for buyer demand, driving thousands of frustrated first-timers into rented accommodation. "This has driven up rents in the wider rental market – driving down the affordability for many renters," he said. A poll by the website found that more than 80pc of renters aimed to be a homeowner in the future. However, financial issues remain the main stumbling block, with 70pc of respondents saying they did not earn enough money for the mortgage they would need or did not have a big enough deposit. As a result, just 27pc of renters said they would be in a position to buy a home in the next three years." " From MSE forum
  15. Here is a link where the op copied his original post: http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?26589-L-s-right-of-access-for-inspection-or-viewing&highlight=Jeffrey
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