Landlord and tenant law in a time of crisis – new post for the Strathclyde Law Blog

This is one of my blog (sign)posts, which simply exists to point people somewhere else. In this case, I am pointing people to my first post for the Strathclyde Law Blog.

The Strathclyde Law Blog was recently established by the Law School at the University of Strathclyde. It now has six posts, so do feel free to have a nosey if and when you click through to my own post. (Without wishing to belittle the other posts, I would draw your attention to Professor Norrie’s post on mixed sex civil partnerships, which is an absolute pearler.) Do keep an eye on the School’s website and Twitter feed for further content.

As for my post, it is a pandemic inspired analysis of eviction in the Scottish private rented sector. There are moves – rightly – to limit eviction at a time when the income streams of many in society will be or already have been affected. Not only that, the relevant tribunal that deals with evictions has shut, meaning those seeking recovery of possession of rented property for any reason will not be able to get the order that is necessary for that process to be legal.

You can read more over at the Strathclyde Law Blog.

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About basedrones

Bachelor of Laws. Scots lawyer working at the University of Aberdeen. English law qualified. Took far too long to write this bio. Blogs on legal issues, with occasional veering into other purportedly intellectual stuff from time to time. Tweets about legal issues, education, law clinics, fitba, music, rogue cell division and not at all about politics at @MalcolmCombe.
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