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Scottish agent register faces its first test as landlords call for letting agency to be banned

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Scottish agent register faces its first test as landlords call for letting agency to be banned previous nextRegulation & LawScottish agent register faces its first test as landlords call for letting agency to be bannedDozens of irate landlords enraged over unpaid rental income and unlodged tenant deposits are calling for Lanarkshire letting agent to be banned in October when register goes live.Nigel Lewis7th August 201801,155 Views Scotland’s rogue letting agent register is to face its first test after dozens of landlords have called for a Lanarkshire letting agency to be banned when the register goes live in October.At least 20 irate landlords from across the UK and beyond have called for action over Lets by Location. It is a two branch agency with offices in Hamilton and Airdrie that has court decrees totalling £20,000 outstanding against it.The calls for action have been growing louder following two recent court actions by landlords, and also on review websites by landlords from as far afield as South Africa and Germany who have chased the agency for unpaid rent income and deposits.The company has a one-star rating on AllAgents and Facebook for its Hamilton branch and all 19 of the reviews reveal frustrated landlords who are owed thousands by Lets by Location.This includes allegations of deposits that have not been lodged with an approved deposit protection service.Complaint upheldThe building crisis over the rogue letting agency’s activities came to a head last week when a First Tier Tribunal hearing in Glasgow upheld a complaint by local landlord George Hanley against the company and ordered it to pay compensation totalling £1,000.Hanley said that the letting agency had failed to pass on rent on numerous occasions from his flat’s tenants and had charged unnecessary and unjustified landlord and tenant fees including a £362 contract termination fee.The judge in the case described the agency’s payments system as ‘at best chaotic’.  The agency did not attend the Tribunal hearing or offer any documentation in its defence.The case follows an earlier Tribunal hearing during which Lindsay Chick and his wife Lesley from Kent claimed in court that Lets by Location had not paid them £7,000 in rent, the Daily Record reports.Hamilton George Hanley Lanarkshire Lets by Location Lindsay Chick AllAgents rogue letting agent August 7, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Teen crashes car on U.S. 12 while trying to avoid bee sting

first_img WhatsApp IndianaLocalMichiganNews Twitter Pinterest (Photo supplied/Cass County Sheriff’s Office) A 17-year-old boy from Jones, Michigan, is recovering from injuries after crashing his car due to a bee.The collision happened Wednesday afternoon on U.S. 12 east of South River Road in Porter Township when Cass County Sheriff’s deputies say the teen lost control while trying to avoid being stung.His vehicle struck a tree, trapping him inside.The Cass County Sheriff’s Office released the following information about the crash:Sheriff Richard J. Behnke reports his office investigated a single vehicle crash on US 12, east of S. River Rd in Porter Twp., Cass County, Michigan.  This crash occurred on 06-03-2020 at approx. 1422 Hrs.Emergency personnel on arrival found a vehicle driven by the 17-year-old from Jones, MI having struck a tree on the south side of the road.  Rose indicated that he had lost control due to a bee trying to sting him.  Rose left the roadway and struck a tree.  Rose was extricated from the vehicle by rescue personnel and transported to Elkhart General Hospital for treatment.Deputies were assisted on scene by Porter Twp. Fire/Ambulance.Alcohol and drugs were not factors in the crash and a seat belt was used.Crash remains under investigation at this time. Google+ Pinterest Facebook Twitter Previous articleNew executive order extends Indiana public health emergency to July 4Next articleTwo people injured in overnight shooting on Bergan Street in South Bend Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. By Jon Zimney – June 3, 2020 0 749 Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Teen crashes car on U.S. 12 while trying to avoid bee stinglast_img read more